Pensacola gazette
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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: October 31, 1835
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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From the tjtvfon Ktfntaie.THE ,: ed Iu dark and lofty taircaso. Pacing; ] not to giii; ihrfeouitf ;\lie Mor.t's dt-ih:I "Ah f MM' 1 the tonne, replacing the 14 He I going to-Duvlvler1- .he thought,

4 ;: DESERTED CHATEAU. rough various large and desolate span both, her !Mrnnpc testament, and 'the ubso-,- cmcifit on Its gill nail over the chimneyrucce and will be dine longer absent.

". ,.o 't..1 raw+Cn. I neat;, wholly dcprhod of furniture or ofhe quest decay and ruin of her one (braMMful I ; in doing which, at the earns moment Scarcely .had he when
There stand, about a hundred yard i''I : appearance of Itetng inhabited, cold chateau At length, MI Incident occurred<< he rang the bell. Rosalie came Immediately. ahe rang the bell violently to summon

from the small town of Vendome, on the damp, sad cheerless, around which the which, b>' thntwiuf light on hef wjruienous M de Meract went to meet her, and leading Rosalie and in a voice that was rendered

'., bank of the Loire;an old, bar, and Wtlt.l light held by the attendant threw deeper history, rotted in some degree the curiosity her into the embrasure of the window feorful bj exec** of agitation, cried( to

?ther'stained mansion with tail gable<<'nd.i shade, he length reached the late chamber of the public. A ,fricst.4ulungin which opened iif>OK the hewn abruptly, A work 1 to work I" Thru franUely aelzlnff nt"

and elevated root what has once been a where lay the dying romtcsse! stretched to a ueighbouringutoniislery< had tarn aunt Innniin,fer tone Mid,uf understand Init pofrly an Iron bar which Roealie, by her direction
garden, extending toward 'the river,-lie* on a bed whoso rich satin banging and. 1RNtf'tJ 10 1I11I'h'e'f a dying; womanof the name \' alone prttenta jour union with Philippe brought for the purpose, comntenecd demolishing .

;\in melancholy neglect around it; and there dark waring plum* shed *o deep gloom, of Rosalie: Ltba, when a string and fearful and that,you here declared your in... tbe Jet undried work ol..illppe.
.1 the yew and the box-tree, which' marked I it was come lime before the eye rested up ) secret wan' revealed lo bias au i*>wnnof \ lentran not to btrnme Iris wife until he shall Desperate' were hetanorta, In the )dopes of
Us winding alleys, formal J terrace once I on it* tenant One strong ray of light, which wee found among his, papers: at hate found the means! of riinbltahing Inlet tM-tnlllbie lo repair the: dvatrnctton'of the
closely and neatly clipped, now spread I however from a lamp placed on a mull ta-< his dentin a short lime after by Hi* superior vclfin. hUbusineMtuia lOallftr mftClOn. Mow, walled.up doorway before the dreaded re-
'.. forth In overgrown luxuriance.". .Noxlou tattle near her, on which also, stool an I ivory of hill ronunt. -The following, are the mark me I-go seek him I-bring him hither 'turn of toe left
weed display their rank bat beavufnl and ebony scnicifix fell upon the white TaeJs which were thus eluited. with his tool. list him do what: I desire, mar-y !

vegetation along the ektptng bank of the: pillow that supported het pule form. 1'he About six inonihs prior to her death,. Ihc and his fortune shall surpass your ulnas nervous ear *

tream: and the over-hinging fruit-trees, rest of the furniture in the apartment rou-, Cnrn1ee ede herein, hating IIf'OIt' seriously w i.IH; -s. Dut lake especial cane lo wake nn encouraged her eo'proceed. Already apart

having bad the priming.kaife withheld from' slated ugly of a ouch for the confule'iUitl' at- indisp)rrd'1, occupied a 8rparM. .ui(
them' for the last ten long years, produce eiidant, and two large fantrnil,. Though i apartment from (hngoof the t'otal's. at LaUrande all, let not a word
but a scanty and ungaihered crop. The the night wa thill and tempestuous, there i (Urc.'let'he, Her.l rpinooiu look- per, and-" ills bnnv darkened aa he blow for the removal the remainngimpediinents .

espalier*are grown In labyriaih;the walk* wa no fire on the wide hearth, and the I c.t d upon( the Urrr, and Iliad scab windows looked menacingly upon her ; .she. was a< when the 'comte, pale

J Glace gravelled, lane become grassy, and walls being hung with dark arras, the opening upon lira lawn; whirls sloped bout to leave the room lo obey his order, and menacing, stood before her. oh
:" their trace: are nearly lou Yet from the; gloom was unbroken.On I piiasmily!' iowardita btuik: 'Wlhln Hits I when ho added : &I Hold I lake n 1 t>at" bricked not-spoke not-but fall Inaensi

1 's: top of the mountain, where! bang the rains appnmchingiheb'd. the notary apartnunt was a email r...cess with. glxwd i pat.tout" Ho then called "Loon! In. ble on the floor. .

f of 'the old chateau of the dukes of Yen. ly started at tho light of the spectral Rcar-i or, which scncd o* an oratery) it was I voice of ihunJer, )lhacorridor. Louis, Menet...., your her bed," M.

:: dome, the only height whence the eye may within. The coiniesso was wiling almost about four fuel squire: and eititMmetml hUronfitlcntlal servant, appeared at the coldly-eald.yTbn Iruth waa, be had

.pin penetrate into this hidosure, it U not dills upright! by pillow; her large within the thickness of the waft.,j"On 'ht'' I hasty! nummonn ut his m".ltr,,who "added, foreseen the probable result of hi* abacene '

cult to recoffnue the pleasure formed* and dark, and glazing eye yimmoicubl fixed! in night h in qucalloit. hy l one of 'lbp d garden which, in time past, per; iheir nockcu, seemed already Ihoye of the fatalities (or .whorls tlHreis'Hf...ixpUnuIon. to Ut) P 1'lieii inMkiiiD a sign fur him to which wretched\ wife bad but too iurehllen. -

bip: the chief pride and recreation Of: dead her I furo wa of the hue of waxen the comte returned home ln.b"Vr.la- ; approach' ncircr. and lowering his! >t>lce, Ho bad written to the mayor, and

6 aura ancient gentlemtn of the oid re image her fine black bolt, parted arrow ler j Mail UNIU), from a club wherelieui'ally ', When they shall| U till a"Iet'Io""PI; sent rot Ifevlviert who arrived Just aa tb..

time devoted to the culture of hi* rote her pile, d.imp brow was In parti inter I sprat his c\'nillt in teadin j1toputprrsso| mind, you route and Inform me of ii." romteMe'i apartment waeogaln: restored to "

and cJllilil-and .there, may be .*een the mingled with gray, though' h"r year*.did Jicnvingpoluici. Thclnvmrtir ef Frontc During none of there extraordinary order ft herself recovered front ber swoon, ;i
remains eta rustle.umta tr hoar with it" not exceed thirty, nllll her handcreptun- I had wined the toiling topic of'rtiinrrsaion rnngimentshftdlhrronite once kmt sight Duviviera," said Ik* eonipta addreaa. '

BUM.!grown teau aud worm-eaten table. fully shrivelled; Iho skin wa streichrd and the subject for a. long ;animated of hi* lady;' and when he had finUtal git I log vncouftcioaa\ jeweller, "bw youreceive
A un dial, wbo*) pedestal I fast falling tightly over the bout" and iho' veins and I lan.le,1 di. .iH
1f into decay, aland near the entrance with I usclcsdutinctly tiiMe. Her whole form, I rtady excited by argiimcnl: ;:the t'O/hph/ had scaled bj the fire-fide. I ish onlcera who paned through this town, .
.js Uin quaint: inscription; thin lo emaciation cull bore iho trumof lout a euusidcrablcsuntst billiard. On returning "PMIippei I It here,monekur'sahditi.albe! !' a* prisoner of war on tbelr way to the
,,, "Fngit hora brevl"" I past beauty,'although It WM almost impossible horn-,Ian hadu.tnllyaaii4Ied him "'1'1.* will," anrweredherpilaster, "bid 'rentier, a short lime dace 7", .

A .sentiment that does not lend tv decrease to imagine how any human crcaiuie ."'If, -for cosine lime past by *Aing IheloniUvV him enter.1 .' i 1 did not, njoaeleur, nor hove ,)I .ivesteen
the melancholy'association which the! could hare retained! life in so frail a I'nc'-i'' nltendint: Ko-nlie, If: her lady Tho cointCHM grew slightly imfo- on teeIng it before wa the reply. "

, t", Ii;bt ofmdejoliteand: ruined i*, *cenem ment. She was word to 1\ shadow were rttlM to rest: crt he pr f'f't11'iJ to the mutton. I J nouqh-I thank Jo rejoined :ttf*" ;I\-\

. 'ni awaken. The chateau itself" tnu:.h -f!'er which had struck directly at the : his ow II apartment, ; but, on thai night, II "-1'lilllipin," Mid thecomto you, will com It, calmly.restoring the relic to Its'

oalof repiir; tho window.ihntier, always root of her existence.. Her lips. were of' occurred tu him ho ,,'uIII.1'Isit J Ur IUIIIM find material in thrcourtl..d; for walling former place i then! aa the Jeweller left' the.. && ,
. fart tloscd. exclude the air from tbe dw- a pile: violent culoor, and when die spoke, Ihat he ini 9 .atl' the numoterV. moved to chute inMriidnf Rosalie. hiprorndcil And dronIng IONIIM] and her lover KMdo I -
f. .:llIllc.I apartments{ they scarcely yuflTirlentl *un;m ming pant* were served regularly In the aparfiuicnuoftheeomleese.
y do*, ihn winter now, the!' damp and the''I that they had life; and tho nine dirrrth' lo the clumber of the 1.1.len, nuiipnh continued, you It who 'Is( too 111," ,

'10' dry, ivecnin'iined to blacken Ihe timber.. which wiMb beautifully formed, was anarkJbv ;; romti'sit. His \\j'lI.kllh\\l| n tit.' > re",iiml< d entails hcVcto niiflit, tmt to-morrow ,you continued he, for me to think of leaving

.fiin ihfTeilin;*, and 'oJseolour the thai soft, dark shade, "':."'h is the :Clung tine turn-inr, :ml 1 ul the intit mint lie w ill 1f'l'rh o from too H lIurpotl w filth shall hi till her health W la. eorae degree re-ee-
.Tbo door aro never opcneTl J ; tall: palnl'l sign<>f 11 naturally strung constitution and turned (lie handle of tin duur, lw fouied ,natile you lq Irate this piste<< fin mctlm- ablibhed.'i' "' "

.i fci.-c s;,ratj; up among the iaieraUcce rorcibly allowed titer Jnrenctty of Hit nufltring he heard Hint of the nr\tory within closed ant town Iu a foreign liimJ, which I \\IIIillcJicut. And for//r M day, did the Comte de

., flight of steps which lead tot the principal through which she sitnia >ivr" p.t KHtd. uvdejiU;.V V.VJtr'WkM'ertxj! lite np; :irlmcnt ... I gins JIM the Mint of OdUO franc Mer et ('continue to keep watch over ber. ;

,. entrance to the building, and the fastenings before arriving at thttstateofnrtifNaJ: ex- Ltww M SSS"c'\.er\ S : JO* fctf. *j'cl.'r Journey' t and )011 will remain Lett During the first alt,'a noise leer Iron Hats t

t are enrnislcd with ,runt. The silence of isirnrr!' now so near the period i of Its ier': brfoce the hearth, on a f'o>wed .nitre clilsenin the t *Nn lo which I shall to time heard In that eloeed np eablaet,

'. thUde. "*..abode re"lIII'unbroken Ate lOinuJion. The notary, in the course of Ine einlier of a half..ttnuiuirti nrn. Il direet rfw, or iron *n>. tuber, yon may "hlch'tuck terror to the aottt oC Ik*.foU; 'A

: bv the twittering of the bird, which have his profession had seen many dying j-er mmtdiati-lyosiurrcdtohim It Must hate jouiWif cclcct, pro Unl ')'cii continue in iy woman, and horror and despair crept *.. >;.t
built hundred net in the balconies, or sons ; but their expiring agonies nay r ten sewn RnMIi.II bet writ<< lain the'orntary' Ilte country ht which it .w sitr-utcd., liul urou %elnct bat. wbentlt 'WO ]I'.t'
the voice of the solitary vermin now Its *olcinhaMviat Ihe tears add despair vt wim g'...--i.faaiili -. '--cO AI h I.h I rvranjJLTT CgtC. you will first proceed hence, lo Park have thrown'herself otjjaf>re-. thinlrr"snylrig i .... :.0;
....,iWroftteaiviC'ttanuUMrriinte aw>p*"- --"f nullatUh;iatprvMh hal'1"\ ""' i nf a darker n wftVyJC < .t.e gnu will await my nrrltnl; thin sirs .: otiliberty tsp henelt r .
.n.n."r' e"euiI1C'U1 upnnuim whirh.the eight of mat i..tY \!i eta huas1hal : liKCTlIr Ire session
I tec miy. Oa a I 'nvi owl may be he IrJ hooting from the dune and perlllhillt10 the silence of her it Ir ifcn Cash: ufdax/ling ligit: wliiehftldlotiititMiiiguikliiil 1t: fromotlf XL"p| :siluna. terco"and cruel emp sell;: 5,
hair right last and deserted Chilean: had dime onIhis tune atria complied % lilt m) cuss .'
broken ci.nine: U. a* it to assert He looked fixed *l y wliHieter. You have swore on f A T8! _'
iu dark fearful night. The whole stern Anhln'pricr, understand' you .
and the bat flap I then-seenaed'a troubled r\- "
of 1'tlff..lolll its "i i il and there.
p I' ; do title night must there u no ont
evil ll of tho place among beforehiseyes like a she au4Jrd hid may l he cnllcrtttpoii lo
tIle genius i
wing*, like Iha' raw .jrrsRion in her ejrt a* Rosalie," -
for living sound interrup rtuft.i"r"r ever' -rrf. rormi
not a
which hang its poadanlnfrom
the ivy, .. gianI' FRANCE.
ri'spir ""
the ruined wall Tkerei is- uiihcrlifc rulullniof the place; low ; "% ou arc-late I lutniglrt," *he .W.I ld : and he runtlnutxl, turning (inwards IIUHS MsiMiUA Tine chamber of dfpu'dJourpecI. .tWite '
** way "" lUOtOfrane on )ou
c.tf .
about this deserted mansion;, lion of the earing{ in her voice usu "I 'lIIttrttlI '
brigbtor.1IIt the Ihrrr wa ...tiglllrrnllr the20th rf having peated' :
nor ItHcemsnifan I ". to bo l.iaiuliW"d .MrrcJ lint << fie day uf uur marriage with I'hilipps Ihut. < on August, ;S
all Uglooiiiyandempty.andfUenu rerrd her scarce .."hna'f'1 I Irurnt. "it:y so clear mid IUII il'lIl. ) this promln' is mudj on all the new. Uwip/opoacd'la ,conaequeneaof + ;
when heelwhich
mark .iIt
In me
ln,lnlble hand .had ever '[hr root:n did not reply, for at that ." the trime of fe.chL .' t
her largo plasay
** owet erS At ngth, ayrs' the wile condition of }our nrarryngAha.Al < ..
traee.1 l the \rcnd"lte'1 and bear the moved she made an cfliirl to rawe .hrr 9'nnl. as i.ireiigilwnilithorridlhougliUrhirli this moment the comlesse' yoke w a* The jury bill wa adopted th the than- oj
said to bite bees a annals fief Iu hand; but U tell again powcrlewonine >> ''tn.ocsatii hi. eel r<'t soul!, ItiHtulio en- i heard 'lIlI1nllo Uocalio; and the ciMute*, ber of peen o. passed by the d ...tlllma"J,
t htatorytwig i
frupatert ;
nrtne o(_14.ara.tt, Brftfhtt coveIi'J., wiwds like famlhrenlhliijsU tend the room; 'turning abruptly proceeded quietly M puce jotlty In fa'urot the bill 49. '
lhoe few shrink lunimg away,
few- moodily amuse Hforaal
to folded his urm4 '
known he of '
\\Mianntl- Ihe rumor
other voice watching H acre was .
iu dark .eeret.. 'ucd from licriips ntccliaul-, Ihe apartment, apparently
itinn into
inveitig hisbrea! and iiuptluourl) discovered TenaH-
a further. . I 1 gas and cxlmrl. ; movi menu of Mill wife llosalio ; and Iho machine, having been at "
evening in the ."1 have wai'td lung and Impatiently for oily pared thenpirlnitnt but without allowing any indiea- IM, Intended to bt<< used at a fund review, '
tn a cold and cheerless of Vendoiue lie said, and a faint flinch phased ovbrVr ', You arc ill, nu lord, I fear-or bringyou mason lion: of suspicion, to he dicernible. Tliitipp at which the king wee to be pr *euL Great a. y,
autumn of 1816, M the not"r1 check with the erurto: addrewlilia. <'nil ildnig*? gently enquired the lnpuruancoof ihe tatkunposutd number of arrests are ..1410 fcav,taken.
to mire to retire 10 rest, a ,, Rosalie prooed, meunwhilo, ..
way! preparing door and comtc e, a* ? : him made\ a considerable de- place In confluence. TblauformaUoti f
carriage drove hastily up.'n tau the notary began; but she but bo till continued >ilcul.Mou on thla chance oflicr given' ou the authority of a private letter.and ,.
"Lad. tflziiig
that the Comtcse Meraet toicraitendrnt ', or noire
bit do < word was brought Immediate l attendanceat (n.>de a sign to him to be wl-ni. ; at the same ni:ly retire, adilcd MadHiim vnirr not reuchiil the ear*of the comte.whohodjukt ) i livery doubtful. ._ .If','
de Retract desired his tube wale not n.JH"l'ted moment, her attendant hastily rote from h : for she foresaw omribing U.u.d.! altaiucd the further end ofhe The following Ufroatn* Morrning 1Fiat w 1I'fI ,,
La Grande him more tliautisuul wo gathering on ad.I.1 std of h"1tll :
and approaching whUpcr- hurriedly ,
had her chumbcr lliecomtcsre
and <
to live through unnwu the night at, the hand ed. MSp-"ik ntufl turlied braw of her lord, and kha w iucd to u.. .,.(..... n.\...._\.,.....,. lit a toni iimt N.a scarcely The kin* waa at ill at tht Tttllefk. t I' $
fnrt received extreme burnt it alone.A irownel'early .usual at thU aaertoe
Ti.... nnlArvobeud.. and placed himselfon MAhundrrd tram lo hi custom 1'
n-r hce __.r_ Humour raid the comteo -the neat oTie motioned him to take A few' soon cis Rosalie was gone, .r rupyi- I aUne for! awhUpcr life, BraJhlne," aha Mid, and w* regret. to Had that elroagstaac L
; r-jOfd hid been living together she look cure to remain thy 'en .1:;.
and Menet. collcttIII' : std to be sOI'or crrrlce there attributed to continued and evett growheg s
rMudamede one
the r raomenta> if iniiu Mu.t only vblain '
daring pastsir
In the must singular manner eitort within hearing, M. ell' )1trMt approached whlfh of personal .dancer.: '
I for one last sues apprehensions
all bel thedoorofihe oratory, ;
to none power ..
admittance poiuiinglo .
month They gave entirely In her I Ion rte 1 it)getting her hand under her |il'ow.! bib lady. and aid. coislly), alleinpt ft hi Philippe commenced building np with fact seems to excite attantlo andwrloaity.s4* tr
and the comte**. resided : though his lip trembled Lafllite has been' mote the *ae* w : I'
end of the) For an instant he paused exhausted, then, at t rr nity, '1 HolD brick and planter. Then In alottJi-rvoice' M. '
suite of apvhnrnt at confined one hmiMlf I with another violent evcrikm. withdrew whole face wa ;jwlo with emotion! : .: and illi fearful calnineM atbfr bnsbandapproached visit hi* maJ"',. Of Pieaehlirhear. JI.\I. .

mauvion white the romie before that from it a scaled packet : large drop stood I one 1* concealed hhln that oratory. w .h, added, Jo, Rosalie, to tl*or nothing but the enquiries'.Into i... i..
time and '
to the other But rhurt she Ccel addressed her ; .The lomieawf braked culmly, IOm.I lot which h* was tb.; a>.*ii .
her brow aa Philippe. '
to'tI' fii .
summoned upon alld llie! a >ianro continued
which the notary was ol licrliutbuud I simply and to bar' t*
at theConte attentive listener. .- I what proudly 1behu"toncl.andlre, aR try a aoit ofincit i gem were sappoied
tend the death-bed of the comlestt left, the ..MI confide tit 'on my will," she said, & uiuwered. *"1101 my lord." rtmaim-d mutually nileot had some ...el'.... Fepih the grocer' ,'.I.'
de Merarl had suddenly1 I .% smuts like a knife across II*, agreintent, affected hie into BeifK T ,
Paris where afterleading a low cry' fibfo as that of a new-bom lufant That o dining the lime I employed In filling up tbadoorway Bald to have eaeap
chateau and gone to asserted, of great ex I Icei burst front her .tip* .t theN word heart for he dared not believe hen"Whim Jct',. Ihl vilipce might etlupsbave urn, disguhsed" M .f Bean'.toventm.ntL
life it wu had "buMt'med more pure m.U M
a 0.'CI1 ha murmured meter of tho comtel to er,
I pardfim i
died.& Otmhe day of Oh I my l He advancinga been assumed, on the part ,
he bad lately bed that moment.
than al
which the In herpinner I
crucifix lay on having
hill departure the comieaae had dismantled eaued the sn.tichiof bride her,a and carrying it rHdty( to her slap toward Ihe door fit the oratory, a* I prevent the romtc' *a from double meaning In We ansi eueedinll pahsed 10 .esMs;
to any S
b almost entirely i himself when tine eomf f sno. convey while $
convince that
chateau to I if lo bet side It might iiaviiiwwuivm.M WMg)' c.
must of the furniture, plt1u.nd tapnrtryburnt lip, eipirtd.there had boon .utrncd.nd placing her band upon hi* arm. artredhim : her w ord ( w hVe on perbap, CUT vas attend log-to .l\Iln.toUMI. to' il
destroyed i Previously hare been pride' or .
or otherwise completely had secluded herself intense*orrow* in her eye, but her last look i {.and, looking al him for melanrholy.aid a menu..n"w1l1l.n which pmrntrd<< her from breaking) it. By the Court llous.: at 'Lexlna nL ',*'tnrdays .
and from that moment from them w. one of juyr*and the bright exprewion exprrwloo of deep this time .the wall being about halfwaycomplfifd sto; some ahereatloBtook piac*:.b.
iu walls,, never<< emerging In vice which trembled. -n ills toio- andXoL Wootrr whan MM
within odghbourinc remained .filed on ber countenance after: a the artful mason, seizing bu lwaen.bln '
but to attend man la the lion latter struck Mr. C.:aad ls-tmedlai ry i
the comic' back wo .
all death ;
church. 8h*' refused addnlttanca to found'' ""Should find aoa.. tKere'rrmrm-- opportunityphrn eombal took piae' bt !see "
it you "J'
rail. When the will waa opened, was turned ard! the vcne nf hit operation general .3J
who cither from interest or turo ily nominated ber all must teat on end between tea low \ W. Mmr tA add IkAtibecipectadf ..
ed toM that. the Comte***)4a Menet had track blow on tile door of the cabinet part'11'01.' ': .
cd Bponh ri.* '-hN.*.. tlsits.rere Mid to the notary of Vendotoe her executor, lea- for enrl" ber i which shattered one ollh. pane of glass.Thw lbs report Mate.that J Lr C.'during t mlj
confessor alone whisperedamong Ting all her Jarga property with the exception And there.. an I'.bltJlnllr.ln actlo.a,. Madama! de Martct to understand Cra1..COJtIickt.bl.I.ja.rtL AI
and frequent. It was which. Hi* theaSaTr crested
be long Ihe IIOfplt.1'endome. look.m.tI"eI' had asst
to : the Inlalligenrf
of law Irgariea, the of
a miree
.f the Hwn that ahe was m
the gossip* Her disposition with regard plrioiu, ft mad. himuuueinbhi :PVtpooeMKo Bof&li 1 and her exeltement, and farther dlfficvltie woe t
'\ lfd
In .appearance: but of which *ubid between & r
also much changed bUak | she to La Grande Brctecbe. w!ra very Josephine 1 U e\rlkfted o- lore and casting a glance olin,.n*. sax ]ant Ip'tecL We have.BO other, ,partka 4-
Tn v
Impenetrable or limoccHt, ;
the door a* guilty *
through and excited much nrpriae. Tbsihsteatg peQ rtw that tba darkened adctture) W : .
attending maat thXcuriooa particular, hint liaison know, all lacy toward now
wore, ._when... AMertaio whether 4 add all iu appart.en21iu. ware to we then mu.Dart. the "' IIIC1_ *. well berH'lCbeheaa within '
rte.vats '
1A... and the amenity oftUe'life well is Coo
.. iiaj purity ofears uteoatemplUm
eve --founded. be left,'for the spare of fifty jer from i It;the dark std handsome countenance The following may apply ** !
ill ould not comnilt .
wan,well or thou 'leaJl'1tt-4bna w ,/* scribbler who, dartltet
the : PC'S
io earn
mour of
exactly courage
anblovelinesa death look
her ynaih ,the day of ber of whose 'jutrepid
the prinf of thy soul r' a man, )
still in MQ at the beneath aoHM-tbemaalve. *
mortal and
While .. then to be strictly a expn and guilty character
heireaMa in which they were h er pale
the richest .1 ** "Here and devotion fill upon '
and OM of tow. she looked at him wildly_ seek to obtains ttuporary notoriety br' W !
Merset had bn ttt and no person wbatererr a) before Ere her husband tamed a- >
do op countenance. -
the Comta : .Ul lo ate, 'and ,
In Vendoro her band. The ed to et*. them upon any pretext t BO rePira eruei4.1-1&ke -swear I gain in hia walk |be hdvmade'a.tb rely pravoklnglbe resentmcBt. anaaWBfthe
there and
enough to gain there U. bra oae each ad far aboveI
chateau that tinagt, reputation ,are
fortunate spoken of |hem w iifan >tbe Mtrmlttcd, eliberabout sign i to Ihe stronger, which teemed. to *ayTktr .:
world had entantly eoapk tkoiih it or garde*, but all was. to be suffered I will never seek to nicu, ,. hole / tlicl1rs ih. S ;
attached' and happy .waa of to fall a&otbe na, -i sate Of decay which ..;."I pwear"Louder frl daybre4Mr.. la to My, about -1 i A skunk ours ebalkaxed B Boa to sigUrombat *-'** '
affection II
was hinted the hnsbaad1, "nlo-igt period asl..r Buatji would| notbe r aW brJiuJ ss4 and repeat,j i waa near for If was the nwmiU .,f .- Tblio vdeeUBed aeeeptiaf 4
tradencyt bat pit actually before the virgin, there -U no [ four.o'clak, completed t" said b skBak. are '
a italtmt i to u. the cad of .Jt. swear the construction waa, it. l loner | you
might not. be the fact aa U the was gentle aDd < uDtrtOthee wwishessetoti ..,....iitcsbauWbass lone concealed in that Oratory.* ; a and May the, ere mason listing been delivered to.the afrai r "Year' replied tb* lion,1 yeAt d,
of proof and strictly Aodsheifpcatcdlhewordf> the each ...wId.ont galB tame by having U4 Ik*
UMcptibU been complied La Orandd' of 1/Hii the coml and eomlara to .
lov ly rare
engaging manner of the mss etechewtato become Ita'" y witbaft any risible emotion .' koBomr to.r igbt with a I&lion while every tins
chang lired real
won all heart Tsaddn conduct, bad! 01 tilt t notary or lab hairs for e..er ...... _... well? M. de Uersct/ohlt') said i Tbe to next morning, onrUlutthe" root, .bo..,.., Ibramoathto.(sjan*, wouldknow .. .
her .
bad lately taken place to eomjeetarea a., tolueauMaadby they, however, .have been neglected. IK* tbeo added, after mmnaatV .hence--14 eizedkibau and nw>Vingai/ar tvarda that 1 bod been.|B- .j-jaJi'1l" witherSkUBt" -- ,
she Ia.ct
mot failed to rates gaaajr versed to lbs eomteaM'a, HaxtMiraatUwJwho ""'i..pon the crucifix just .lib! .the utmost appeer.' $
sans ...*tM*, Lioaeafibs bad : aa well. the notary, were charged tbwty" w..olcboa1.. ..he',' aaceofludiflereb4 tbe door laid, .BIUSI go' to the *" i A '
aaOeiear tspla certain dUpoaHkw I'" ...w..CrLmaIIlblou. hue : Lor4 BrMgmaBX than ,
a wilk the falftlme of for pon. Then sudden It I Iis "said.f# 41- .
a :
WMdowdylngandnooMbad bleb wa not lobs I which I aaw. before, mayoralty paw lOCh b Ie ardor la lbs
,rtfuaed Mlaadiealaid laacodlcd, tits teal 01 t"tltc,* never ivretng back a* h U eye rhaneed to nwt' College was f''
UlW ah. hU of IM above apciMaay I )( .flli'jt' powewcd % I II ly dll6eell sciences, tbat ,:.
.b.wa bar ..... 4oo, broken till U*expiration the. ciuclfix,be l*><4" il front the obien- the mtnI
faettaf perbapa, aasUtaaceroTVaf ot CIM. I i upon l.e did no. ,ihrll| vfa*> bee by wn Bot to cbaag bUv. .J.XiitaeB -.1 .srp
la peaa., t* allow 01 ,bnaaaa year*fn. ed away t V trfih then I I who SsSwSWSw I '" DeY"':ac1ht1 r-erd'pd. *tho|h |ba UtKHt Of liner. days and Bight* (U*>. mesa ,as g. g if
at aaT avail. macboftbf later*** sad rarMiy-ariuxl erw ery dirt; fellow.] ,
when the (adou un iJf !6
wVkk the notary ,
It wa Mar JOraJitDrttcrh., sad user*" by the *-"r'*' et.
ha4L .

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'Notice.TUB baa more than oneobtained their favour on Saturday: Evening the 12th atln < 1 ist of L'ttten

undersigned having obtained Let. able suffrage for his past! literary efforts., 'I LOST Breastpin oval shape, in Rematnirff In the JVt Office, Pensacola
tJ613EnY.: ,. of Administration on thee tatf! TEKMri. the centre a' Topaz The finder will on returning -> Oct. 1st 1835.-id" Persons enquiiinB

Fc* rut PENIACOLI Gmrrt. of Lewis Willis deceased hereby notifies all The work will be published 'in weekly ''II it, receive a reward o( $ 5. Applyat for letters on this list will ask for adtr.

Th. following line -.ddr'leeft persons having cairns against said estate! numbers, In inched covers, each number Mr. Barkley's Store. Used letters.. A.
were a .
to present them for : ,_ and all in. containing twenty imperial octavo pages, I Sept. 19th, ,1833.28.tf.Jlootxl111(1'S1coeR___ _
Lady of this "K ardt and make Asbrldge John, Allen, A. B. Adams
young place by debted to the same to immediate pay with Rouble columns, making tiro rolumei .
"ere never before U print. Their merit will menu, 'Sj* annually, of more than i'20 oitaco pages, Benjn. AdamlMrl. EmelyAlleon Abram
()Conon cnc.\ and at tho expiration of every K. Arnauld Charles.
plead a sufficient! rxcurrfor the modest convent .
six months nibftcrirer will be furnished -
Adtn ni.frafor. *
given I to publish them. B.TOMISS. James D. Blair William
Oct. 3st, 183t.8w with n handsome title puge and table of Boylan Batiste
---- contents. '1'hen hole amount of matter ( John, Barton Led, Bell William, Bonel

LJ/,If MM with vrrc thus rude, TOWN OF ST. JOSKP1L furnished hi single year will be equal to \I JUST arrived. a prime and extensive as- Francisco, Buzzer Charles, Baltzell Mrs.
Dare Interrupt thy solitude, Lots for Sale. more than forty volumes of the common sized Mhe Shoe,Store Dank Building II. S. Bait Dezen Bayard William, Bow.

And with a welcome void of art, Lake \Vimlco, and St. Joseph's English duodecimo books, the coat of which will be sold by wholesale and den John A. Bicker Henry, Bampfurd Ceu

f Speak but the lan,ntag. of the heart, rill Company having$ contracted which will be at least ten time the f retail, on resonablo terms. Please call and J.: 3, Blackburn; Wra. Buchanan McKtaii) :

Forgive the fault, if butt it be for the construction 01 a 'Rail Road from e year'.' subscription to the l ricer examine. 8, Buckmaster, tiliam;

And spurn not Crien .hip'l miiutrcliy.. the hay of St. Juscph'sto Connect with.th e The paper upon which the Library JOS. S. LEVETT. C.
River of Apalachlcola, via Lake Wimico will beprinled, will be of the finest Oct. 3d 1835.-30.-3tNotice. Caro'S. Cagliet Silas" Mize, Caesity CW
To beaut, bright -'fkding rasa, also for the budding of wharves and warehouses quality used for hauk-work, and of a size Hugh, Crane Ambitte, Carune Jluh.ti,

**> Well bight 1..el1 the note of prsls.t at both ends of the road to be ready admirably adapted for binding. As the rriilE undersigned having obtakied.LetJL Capu 2.. Carpenter Tlioinss, Chan ler
"jj-. But Lady, not to the belong, for the transaction or business, by 1st type will he entirely new, and of a neat appearance ters Testamentary on the estate of NVilliam, Coombs Thomas B. Cotton Lof-

it > II.Such wonld offering from.a stringer' *''''1. Dee. next, have l laid off into convenient lots each volume, when bound, will Julien Lavalct, deceasad, hereby notifies ten; Camerou J. A. Chancey \Vm. n,
to W'ak mind-
eeiay ( thy the new town of St. Jweph.rtnra beautiful furnish a handsome, ns veil BS valuable, all persons to whom said estate is indebted Cox Mr.
By nature rich, by UiU rr fined.WitUnl elevated plain about halfway Ifp the Day,' n4t\nt cumbrous addition to the libraries ed for settlement, and all persons indebtedto D.

"tV th. strain of,ulu,'tIre; on the cant side at the point where the RailRoad of those who patronize the work. said estate will be expected to make immediate Dunn Wm. 2, Dodd Sergt.' Robert

wWklt ,notetu charm, to melt, iiupire; will terminate. The;wharf in to be The price of the Library will be/r Jo/- payment.JOSEPH Daughty William, Dagharty \\ m. Deuney

.,.v Without thflpell of tweet eontroul, carried out to 17 feet water, 'and the Rail tar per'annum payable In advance. PONIFAY.Executor. Wra. D. ,'
"*5 To loach the heart, or molt the soul, (toad track: to extend to the extreme end o f A commission of'JO per cent, will be allowed .- L. .

"%. ?!tort tfttt rntiti fIt,htmllt tong, it, so that vessel can load and discharge t, agents ; and any agent, or postmaster Aug. 29, 1R.15.-25.-8t. Erris, Edwards Steeling-, C\ansG. W.

And ii tle motif, merge the wrong, cargoes along side the cars. furnishing live subscribers and remitting Notice.Ii Exum, Eaton Gov. J. II.
The lots in the town of St. Joseph will 1 the amount of subscription, shall obtained Let- F. -
,HE undersigned
WlUxin my mind are moment PUt, be offered for sale at public auction, on the be entitled to the commission 20per. cent JL ters of administration hay tog on the estate o f Fitzgerald John, FieldsL. Fitzcimoni

Like flower round an alter cut- 4 14th of December next. Terms 1-4 cash or a'copy of tho work for one >ear. Ezekiel Cobb deceased notice Thomas, 2, Fry Samuel, Fillingin. Robert
Their verdant hue and fragrant bloom, The ballance in three equal payments, for specimen of the work, or any information claims, hereby gives said Forbes R. M. Forbes Mr. Fuquera A. (;'

r .kA Serve bat to gild the prevent gloom,. which note will be required, at 12, 2", and I respecting it may be obtained by estate to all persons to hating!them properly again attested Fanald Samuel J. Fay Thomas C. 4, Ferigrjson
Fair I in tboM hoar retired from the of addressing the paid. present James Furlong John Falconer
0/ Lady 30 months, with interest, day : publishers post for settlement and to all Indebted Abram -

Thought dared to dwell on theelnipired, Title bonds will be issued by the r|!U..: undersigned hereby gives notice to said estate,,to make immediate persons pay -,-' Freeman John, Franklin Jiflcr n.Ghtscock .
w company to the purchaser, on their complying JL to Merchants and others, that he w 111 G. ,
Life hath>, it*joy, too coon they flee ment. 1'bos. O. 7 Guinard
j with the lerms'of sale and a fee simple hereafter pay no debts contracted hisname ISAIAH COBB.Adminittratorl Rev. S
Like sanbeiffl on a summer 11I1 title executed when the last. instalmentis except those contracted by himselfor ] Gagnet Madame Veuve, Grace Thos. Greta-
Deeply we weep that each soft ray, paid. his order. Copt. Joseph, Garvin 'I hOI. Gellesa Alphctis .
by express Sept. Blh, 1835.-26.-8t.. '
'.... Mrlt swiftly 'neath our g UI away; ROBERT BEVIRIDOE, Prest. '. JOSEPH BONIFAY.Oct. Gruelhe Mr. Liner A.

Yet Lady, in the mind we trace Lake Wimiro and St Joseph C. C. 2li 1833.33.-lf. Notlcc.. II.
Vision, dearth only can efface. St. Joseph W. Florida, ,Oct. 1. 1R33.: -. '(\liE undersignedhaving obtained Let- Hopkins Wm. Ilinard Miss E. 4, Hub.

The following papers will publish the i'rovpcctus.rpHE JL ters Testamentary on the estate of. bell L. C. 3, Huttoti R. Hill.Miss Maliala
Sweet be the summer' of thy life above until the let December, and forward undersigned Polish National Com- I Pedro de Alba, deceased, hereby notify all 1 Holconib James, Henley Ccmd. Ilar Ue,
All eloudleee, stainless, void of itrife- JL rnitttfe in. the United State's, prupokpub11.1Iing.n
their accounts to the company's office S t. persons having claims against said estate, Samuels. Uulderness Shlninltoo;
Thin votive wish the I send
U historical acconntoCthe Polish them
Joseph. lapreseut properly for settle : 1.3.
With aU the ardour of a friend- Tallahassee! Floridian, Permcola Gazette, emigration to these United Statdi under ment, and all persons indebted to said estate Jones J. Inlocs Joseph,
Pare from the heart 'Ii. offered thee iIn
; the title of "THE POUR UNITED '
"! Enq. Sent. Columbus, Ga. Macon Tel are required to make! immediate pay K.
it.C*' Thenpurq not friendihip'. minstrelsy.A'tfl'oporPflcPavan.A graph Milledgeville Recorder, Augusta STATES OF AMERICA," to be ment. Iennerley Abraham L.

r Constitutionalist, Savannah: Georgian Mobile prefaced If a short Itatement of the history JOHN ALBA, L.,
'ft reverend (ten-, Register, Montgomery 'Advertiser, of the 1!Me Polish Resolution, ,and-to be EUGENE LATADY, Lewis Polly, Lawrence William, Le-

t-.. ,tleman Boston, a few d'Yllincf', fell a HuntsvilleDemocrat, Nashville Recorder accompanied with authentic vouchers connected Lrtcuton. weie Gco Leith John G. Lauiosou Dr,

i\ sleep,in his pulpit before the time of service Advertiser Cinciuatti, Pituburg Rcpubli i'' witt the residence of the l'olesln t 0ct. 10th, 1835.-31.- '*&* &1: .
arrived, and took a long and comfort- can N. O. Union & Dnrtotin, Charleston this country. Form in 8\o. Subscription 1\Ia t\Jame. M. Marline PedroPaul'

> ,able 11'1', from which he wa waked up by: Courier, Richmond Enquirer, Globe and. pries $1, payable on deli\'erfv onlv. THE subscriber has received by the late Muttison Lieut.. Joseph '3, Mathews CuDt.,
i "" .one of the ,elders whispering'in= his ear, Intelligencer, Washington, D. C. American The Committee being sensible of the advantages from New York and N .w Joseph, l\1a'oJohnz1\lcNaUey" m. Mar- \

'p 'jr\that the congregation! wan waiting for him and Republican, Baltimore, Sentinel Poul-j otrc-ed to the Poles by a settlement Orleans, and offers for sile low for Cash khull Capt.: lleuj., AlcCormiek Lbtuc/cr i
50 Barrels and 30 half
to begin. lit* consternation and eiubar sin Pemuy Ivunian, in ria'udclpbU Courier in tliii4 favored land, the proceeds of Flour Superfine Minter Lewrenney, McCleery Johii; Jun- ,

rassmentare more easily, conceived than l:nq. Evening Post, and Jour. of Cum the uorkaftet defray ing theexpcnseflof publication tony Madame, Mack Capt vVm. Moron
20 Rum
described. merce, New York. Trenton N.,J. Emporium will be applied in aid of the colony 21) Uoxes Goshen, Cheese Robert, 2, Meldrun Capt. J. M. .t
on the Bock Uh'erL state of Illinois. ,,
Boston Patriot & Salem N.
Republican, J
B Jltl. tJ/niOOtl---roo&-ThI.: event M4UTIN nOSIRNKIKWICZFELIX 15 Firkins_Goshen, Butler,
New Haven Herald Hartford -- I Nnvorreno Manuel Neu/ville
Register: ; P. .
J\Z.; 10 do We lf'rnIT.iakelleupr ,1,1.,8.t"n''V1uarJe"
.. was celebrated/ 'at South Deerfield Mars Times, Norwalk Jaz. GV> : 'SKlin u ; :>ftuibr-oaiimOn Tunes
on the Ut lost, and the corner stone of a Dk. OUJglJiS-n. ll"mrtl.6t.UI'4 "r 1 16 f Cham pan ge, II. A. Nolhrop D. A. 2. ,

fnonunvuitio commemorate the occurrencewaa NoticeALL 1835. 20 Kegs Lard, O. .
laid by Gen. IloyU. The congregation persona hllYl 'demands against the URUlt, Winter strained Sperm and Linseed Oil
Oldmixon Edward
O'neil & C,Messrs.J. .
ta.Nmtgled to assist fn the service was very c of Wnrfj., Mlbeedecd. late of 1 w Frltttntc". 20 Kegs White'Lead 1st, quality, and a' James, Osborne Dr. Lio

f.I ,large, aad an address was delivered In" thr Walton CounJ}* Florida, are requested topresent IU be gin at the large assortment of Glass and Crockery: nard Oshanessey 5, Oaborne Lieut; L.

open air upon th' site of the battle, by theHlvm the -to, payment, and those indebteatotaj EMS'MENT 5 Barrels Green Apples superior. P.
aA., rCfCr Tk" wn.J.a.-I""" O'ntutl
ii. U ( s.
r foduatioa --
desired make '
estate to
are pay- Pool Wni. J. Phritclelt Mrs 2 PrrviMmirt
g. [Iced I Ia4he Boston ,Transcript: mcnt:. ordin to lI\w -girni >> .l-.Ubq6 tT .. 1805. \!y \ ," rr *ift Eire.'Pt.itcrton: Hml.:
ru -w, ao. if.
*uXSzz -
? _
4' 4?* vt .1llllr.' ,Foitr Stone .".LlI*onll. Price Mis M. 2. Philiburt Christina

auto a glare of th scaloinu -."....- Valley- Septjyth l&l.VUAKEV'd -; --,_-,. Application should- be- _marinom-lv m"J to._ >,.,.. .NEW GOODS. ham Charles, Fierce Capt. J. G. 1 d. I
knife and the ,yelland the : LIBRARY OF CUOIC LIT commanding officer of the Yard. R. .
A .of the stealthy Indian foe, lulu dark larking forests KilATUKC. | :- The :Mobile Register, 'and New Or. 'T J. 4F: undersigned. is now opening a largee Runncon .R. II. 3. Rivers Elisba 2. Kcr.d-
and morasses dense," were brought out ii To sty that ihUisa reading age, implies a leans Bulletin will please publish the \' other -c: neral assortment of fancy and S.

.thrilling relief. Much descriptive historic desire for instruction and the means to gratify four times, weekly, and forward their ac Smith J. R. II. Smith Martin, San Co-

aJ matter was introduced; illustrative that dejire. On the first point, all are counts to his office for payment. Dry 'Q.}pods mails, Ses.iones R. D, Stevenson I'. Sierra
Uiejwtnatioo of the antecedent agreed on the second, there is diversity Oct. 24th, 1835-33.-tf. Miss
,J both of opinion and of practise., We have jdrecw/or' Sale Of every description sulle A.'T.
t o this fatal battle. A, sketch of King Phil- to the south
'f : lpi and some of the Indian tribes, followed, newspaper, magazines; !, reviews, in fine, NOTICE I is hereby given that on the IT- ern market Thorton Capt. A.' W., Thomas News,
pamphlet of all .iieg, on nearly ail sub T" Itcbell T. '
d and be event which the day commemora- \ )' of November next I
,, ed,was.narrated In a minute and eloquent jects, which have severally their classes will expose to pulic sale all the residue of Groceries Icy A. L.. Ray William,'THJey! William
.......nnat. The horrors of Indian warfare and suppoiters. And ycrr copious the effects belonging to the Estate of Wm. Hoots Riley John Rush PLillo Reley' James It.
,'were depicted with such deep pathos and as are these means of intellectual supply, 11. Compton deed consisting of one rfegro & Shoes Uycbebla\e P. Roe Charles RaiiEkjid Ala

truth; that the audience\Instinctively shud more are still needed- Indition to tha reviews fellow about 18 or 10 years old; one negro luccimvnre hardware dllll".
of ,
A dared especially when- the sufferings of day, and passing notices of girl about 16 or 17 tugetherwithhonse hold W.
the heroic. Mrs. Rowlandson, of Lancaster books, the people, in large numbers, in all 'furniture &c. in order to make a division All which tlery &c. &c. Woolly.Jacobe, 11 bite Samuel Wood
; were detailed. But one of the must parts of our great republic, crave the possession and final settlement of said estate derate is offered on the most_ rdo ward >\'m. Walker Geo.

...' splendid and stirring portions of the ora- of the books themselves, and details, Sale to take place at the house of John terms. JOHN Oct. 3d. 183 .-30-3t. H. KELLY

thus waa that where aOiuion WM made to deyond of mere passing allusion and of the progress )McDavid, Walton County. Oct. -3d. 1833.-3tt tfKscainbla CAMPBELL THE subscriber has remotcdjo the
discovery in art science. :
; thf Indian ,wrongs,,ben the white man it be mClID. -J.,COMPTON. Store adjoining Metsrs. Jerii-
ti'iJ'I.: .", t ...first a suppliant, and then after the Indim's their though wants easy is to ascertain and express Executor. County Court,' son & Foster, where all orders for Clothing
it not BO'
; oppressor When the encroach- them.: Kxpense, distance easy from to gratify Oct. 24th lS35.- 33.-6m. April Tern 1835. will be punctually attended to. _

,meats oCcivUizatlon were such, that the rium of literature, the tmpo- LANDED from the Schr,Rose-in-Bloon ORDERED that Charles Le Baron, Sa- D. A. NORTHROP.
i ia1 only alternative to cheek iU In engrossing occupations !! and John E. May 30th:1835.
progress which prevent sale .._ _<___, L ? :.. Prinele -12.-3t.
their eyes drove, m to the perpetrationoftheksavaa personal application or G uc Bppoioica uoa barbarities.. It was ,In de- even messages to libraries and booksellers linrrels Oranges, West side of Escambia River, and...on i V: For Sale Tor OU;'.
4 Joseph
'fence of their homes, and,M your youDJtjlll.n are 50 many causes to keep do. Llntcs,' For yth, James W. Earnest, and f John A. JOSEPH NORIEGO'S Island in the
and young women cannot feel with people away from the feast of reason, and 200 Cocoanuls. Simpson on the East aide of said river. IJrver, (Township 1 Northof

,.i e," aid he, as fathers and mothers can, enjoyment ofthe coveted literary aliment G. W. BARKLEY. HJ. EVANS. Ranges 29 and 30 West) '\10 miles from
$ lien, I repeat it was to rescue. from des- It Ii the aim of the publishers of Oct. 21th, 18 .-33.-3t. A true Copy. Judge. Pensacola Bay and 12 miles from the Cily
ihe Library! to obviate! .these difficulties. & ---- __ of Peu'IlIcula-ContalniJlg 844 &-100
traction their wives and tb vhfldren: .for Sale or Ifent. I'I. CR1PPER
a1 __TUe wolf will fight fonts den, and the bear toenatile and Vithout every individual at a small cost ,.,liE subscriber wilL sell or rent- his' May 16, 183 .-10.-4L, is will be told for Cash. A plot of this aloud
any personal,effort/ to obtain lodged with the Editor of this and
will' desperately defend bis hollow tree and 1. Charter for the Toll paper
for his Bridge, on the
own and that can be
use 'of Jiis favoured rO F1G seen.
should the E.
not Indian whom
God has rnooth-of lUg from
Bayou, the first
Valuable day
or family, works The title la
created with reason and ,sensibilities' like Complete of January next: 'on moderate fTllIE undersigned gives indisputably.
wall,the branches of very term, notice thai at Persona
ueseful and X will
the white communicate -
man, should he pot fight for his those wishing to trade: can the next term of the hon.
apply the
literature personal
popular and that in a form County with \\ W. Watkinsof"Obhington
f m. -
There Court
young I there Es
were of ambla
ly as be
many passages CM: a great bargain: if County lie Hill
well adapted to the comfort of applied appl fora
the in
render the District
deep pathos, when the eye would fill cad for early to final settlement of the Estate of Columbia.
the breast heave but do The.charm of variety as far as it U compatible VAlT of MARVIN Oct. 3d, 1835.-30.-if.
Injustice decease !
by at. with morality and x. WM. A. BELL ; and move to be ifcharped.
them.tempting lie such feeble allusions\ to any of be held constantly in view good in conducting taste, will I Sept lOth, 1835.-28.-tf. RANDAL. ALLIS. Tcrltory of}' orlda. T"In

occupied about an hour and a the Library, tool I pa eso"hir.h the Notice.' Acjn1r.A'otice. th, Superior Courtfor the District oJ.
half. and spoke without notea'to cur
Ira April 28 1835.
nena and delighted ,udlen *.. ,an reut literature of Great Britain, in all its AT the next term of the honorable thecountt -13-$.&. Wttt Florida titling at a court of

various dcpartlllcnU or Diuiraphy, history, court of Escambia county, to ,
V TfJvela, Novels and lloetryJ shall.be freely be held at the city of Pensacvia, on the first milE undersigned'gives notice that al Josephine McPherson widow of \pTyAlcI'berson

fib .. fORT OrfBNSACOLA put under contribution. "ub perchance, Monday of April next,'J shall apply for the the April term cube hon. the County and heir at Law of Margaret
,. Arrived8Loop occasional exceptions, it is intended to give final settlement of the Estate of Thomas Court Escarubia County will McPherson and George McPherson vs.

Frederick, Carruoe, Mobile Bal entire the work which shall be.elected for Commyn., deceased and move. to be dis for a final fccttlejnent of the Estate oC,apply\. II. Francisco Dalcour.. &ecutor: of John

Jail to the master.8chr. publication. When circumstances authorize charged. COM1TON deceased, and move to be die Forbes deceased, Camilla Joanna Dal-

l,C Emily, Adams, New Orleans. Car- the measure. recourse 'will be had to THOMAS. CO nr\'NH. Jr.Lxecuor. charged. cour, CataliflB Sophia Dalcour.JobuTbe-
g> go to order. the literary stores of ContineDtial Europe, RICIID. J. COMPTON. Ear odora Dalcout/Agguatln Joseph Dalcour

? Bebr. Creole, Care, New Oreans Cargo and translations made from French, Ital Oct. 19th, ,1835.-31.Notice..- ficpUfith, 1835.-20.Jackton and llieracfeLaura Dalcour children of

'"' to F. Cornea and J. Campbell, liter & ian or German, as the ease may be. *" erfor Court.areft said FnuViiico, Dalcour and Sophia his
Le Baron and W. Whit the body of the work 'will be wife* ? Forbes, daughter of
.v G. Ilarkley.&hr. ; a re- URSUArTT,to an order of the hon. / Term 1835. e Sophia
he _
print, oral times a translation VA :"-.u'" .. Ofiar Edmund Dupais-
t'ntlreo- John Forbes and
Governor Paris.. Hobbv. TimnaDtparttd. .:. SL judge of the County Court tiaucy fountain Com pit" vs. Asa -
'-'Ba1., --. --i ----r- fumes, the cover will exhibit the miscellaneous bla County I will sell'at-public t of endue Escain- l Deft. Bill in Chancery of Divorce Fountaja." and Juanna hi. wife late Juanna }'or'bel -

1 : ,.. '. :-. ; character of. Magazine, aud consist the 20th October next on NOTICE is given that JT daughter of said John Forbes deceased

1 tfchr. Elizabeth Forsyth 'New Orleans. ofsketetu" of men and things, and notices A certain half lot of ground known in ( hereby t it appearing atf&J>, Calin 3Iilcheli Defeudanta.
8 Bales Cotton of no* )tloa in literature and the arts, the said defendant .ue appearing to the satisfaction of the
C. of the of
by C. Kejaer. 80,000 plan city peniarola as num wo a nonreidenw IT
; et Lumber by the Master. ; throughout the civilized world. A full & bet 825, lying and being lu the'city afore- Territory a rule was entered theonlesss: ,| this court that the defendants above named
flchr Creole, Caro, New Orleans BallastBrig regular supply of the literary monthly and paid, containing rutty feet front on the Wes appear before the first dtfej. he reside without the limit of the Tmitoty of
'I the mutn. hebdomadal journals of Great Britain and tern side of Florida Blanca street &answer said b lht a.vfWiii e nut Term Florida,and in the Island of Cuba it i il
; Con Freeman Ireland, In .addldon) home periodicalsof hundred and by one confessed be &/Ibis.* therefore'ordeied that unless they appear
Antigua 100,000,( : seventy feel depth, bounded &e..J.o
feet Lumber by II. Kelly. a similar character, cannot fail to provide north by lot No. 32 formerly the I here on or before file fc\ttth Monday pf
Sehr, Paolfli, Fewwnden. FrauUin., M- work.ample materials for this pact of our ty of Jonn Vilalon/a and South byte proper other I Ont.IOth' Sol for I March next and answer the Bill of the Mid

f t COO) feet Lumber by II. Kelly.fiJoop half of lot No. 525, belonging jq Alex .(135.-I1tr.: Compt. complainants that the earns be taken for
Carruue .The resources and extensive correspon antler confessed aod the thereof decreed
Frederick ,MobUe.: 16.000, j matters
BrkU;;, by;,iIiiat deuce of the, publishefa, are the nest Commins.BEBNABDO PARUAS.Adtnr. : Notice.A accordingly, and it la further ordered that

.. guarantee<< /or the. continuaoctof the t" the persona Ire hereby notified that It a coPY of tibia order be published in some

fI A N Kloctlon by Stockholders of the continuance of the enterprUe in which' $ept gfith. 1833L-2&.:- i ,urtof Escsmbut next ArrU term or the County newspaper"printed In the district., once a
they are BOW, about 10- mbark, al (or Counlr.W inonttrior all v
JaL'Union RlaiiRoad company of Florida,, the abundance of the : I r and tiisaid Coul1 moothav .
material to give I t my accounts '
oltlartaen directors for the eD.JVlo"Yr.)U value in the eye of the public. As fti as mniilfenfii, IlIlls of sdrbip.tl.toI'! the estate stsfa as .. J. A u, t\
J t/ :
Vttl U bead TallahasaM the tic If
_, W Ant MOBmdaf judicious pr-JecUon' and rrangemrnt ancW Deed.Morthayea, .tls of deceased, and ask line) Rt1lem.nu and Sept.:: 22416331-2o,
I Jftaoa/y 183& rn< d, resorts 1111. elk'Is hoped, have tuIeJttatt, cs 131 dlllh.ree. _
.*. By order of Uu Board. rraxyt to tint'arlotid' -
beSuUYlaltafid. a* toMditor of other l: .. CTEORGEW. ARKLEV. aJ !PuUi"U'alT
tit Ttltahauee Oct. 34th, h8ia.-3L"-tf. j th* Library\ not a.tWtU them, but for Rttl.t '' ,1e,,if Iilttnka 1 October 10 ****. l:4 tfI,

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I Mrth i but it consists in lemnity la it. Every olJ anJ young woman ant water all the rains, to cut timber, at ''way-man. who directly fired ,a pistol at
: I enterprise of the propl Il In the' town was producing a noise", by [ too many haddone, they hate .employ Mr. II -the report of the shot, to frightened
the concussion of a stick and a hollow metal ed themselves shit year in' clearing their 111'r.' II'. h+irse, that he, (Mr. II.)
in the United Sutfs U rice in addition to the WAS thrown to the ground. The villain
SATURDAY, vessel, and accompunj ing it b> reams and and planting ,
of this kind of wealth which they called mnging. Inquiring into usual quantity\ coMAdo, potatoes and other then drew another pistol and discharged it
Ont of Ihs nuils of where else in the wort>> I. the object of this ceteinony, we were forinacious roots. The consequence is, -the effect of which\ abet was to wound sP
AppalsetucoU forward her project of gravely tol.11I'JI to drive away the noise hat many that have had to-depcnd for a the beast of Mr. II. In the neck. The fellow -
find il replete with : s l[thunl-r.) The rain ('ellIIt"H'rtsulI.d iiihsUiaiiee, on the uncertain avails of saw proceeded on his way to Ohio, pas-
and the rlcrtiotn in Mi
our journey, and reached home about do' Ing or other precarious emploj nients, will lug through N. Hedford Youngstown
moitly, to the I turn in a great PllIaure" clock, the tentperatureof the .tino |>here intean abunditncc ofprotL'ioni for their on the great road to V'arren, In Trumbull
St. Jowphs Bay and tb \1..", of the \'an.liIilat" bring n- low M annturali/od African could f"mllirslhe whole year. I was informed county Fresh pursuit was made and per
hteots Cos article tint wish. II yam n from lad\\1\\ that his race: crop slsud in, till hf was! overtaken at the latent
work. There
; >> great is I. sodromi.mg that he anticipates a Airftis i of Mr. A. Hugh, In the township of Libcr-

"Pensscols" and the will,, give the required EMIGRANT: *.-On the20th: In-t. brig Rover after laying up a sufficient quHiitity t)*, shout three miles from Young,ton viljgc. .
s .: tell*. It la so made of thc'Rad Road through eapt. Outerbrulge!, armedirsfeur, harbor lor his family's consumption, by tot f'.tinjJ ; On being overtaken: he drew a pistol
j censure, argument and wilt, at the coining ses from New.Or It-nut, with emigrants it In suitable articles, sufficient\ to enable and shot him-elf.
!' 1 lungs, that u a whole, / pans the nrremary l.wn principally from the region of the .Miwisippi .*- him to cut- Unte twice the quantity next The body of the deceasedwas carefully t
satufnctorily. Ws' ... work from Mobile to the It liai seldom been our lot to w lineal year that he has done thts. lie expressed examined by llitee respectable men andy
an ('mlgratloll thut promised more1 usefulness regret: << that he hud not ci>mmencwlBirici| >lluml l- whom an nrcouni of the property found
like most of ths other. ths Rail Road from the of of four five cars ulMiul his perish, 'ass taken and will be
than thi,. It ucompuMd men operations or \ sgo!
the Advertiser, It Is : oml'f1 to Wed Point : revDCclahiluy and rlur,ictcr, and luring and 'derliticd. nothing for the future faithfully preserved, till the same shall, be
U suUert the uses will shortly be eoiniiunieil with few exception. rni intended via comfort and competency<< in America, l h v fuels arc cheering.e would recommend the articles found about him,, '
: to been ilcctrJ Oorrrnnr or their labor, they went not to be nslisint-.l that Inch on. would plant annually was something more than twenty dollar
St Joseph, in I is said to III,par badly for toworketeu in A'rllM' These are the ,jew coQce trees cay fit o!hundred!. III paper money and aiher change-an elegant -
with the scared '1 his be with more proper material, with which torsion ana- quantity CHI procured
friend. ill that
'" state
pedschicola The ) were lion ; I laboring men | are tloe) proper charade from the woods. where they grow spontaneously pair of elegant<< new. pistols-three or lour'
have for this colony at pre c.tj "gentlemen << and he, planted regular<< in the linen shirts, ) fine) marked J. / .
hiaaelf to been .. While haa bran re-elected ," would IK a nuisance! \Ve are happy fields with (cassjdo or arrow root, withoutat A. t'uldrrek-a} new powder! flask, "hlapowd'rin
: broih-ref the > to state that they are nbundantly supplied all encumbering the other plants. This -several) buJMl, but no per'scussiun
.' -, .but use.his Mock to from T-nn-HKc with all articles of nece* it> mid com Is a tuluuhleaiticle, both for consumption mp*. Two linen pocket handkerchiefs ;- .
." awe, and be b not so .. tood at Wailnnjtou that fort, and promise to add much to the and exportation and it is well known to one" mailed with this. name, '< CVoMa -
.rrength mid rrn'! MTlability of the colony boa hardy plant, 'n'hrlel\uirt'l\ but little ationium. /.f e"-and\ a new valice. The pistol
liberty which has ; Secretary of War, U toto |
in hUtand
/ Among/ the muulr, we recognised Meters with which he shot himself he kept
We had mads son "' and it is conjectured Simpson and Moore who .hlll'llll" about the other wae found_in his pocket,
.1' Bay enterprise which .he sent ID Spain to supply two \earn, ago, Rent tn examino the oun- Copy of u letter from John H. Moore, to not listing a load In it. 'I'he reason ol the.
deemed to havs a : by the death of Mr. Barry try f'heresultoftheir Imt and .ulwequcnt Mi'-ir !Stepp Niiiheilaiul: A her & to last pistol not bt'lnarioadl'd.was most prob- **
report, i i. the t-vpidiiion we hate just ulludcd all it may concern. obi)', because he bad no capa. lie appeared ,
interests of tho*. .&: : Oct. let 183.1.' tube from 21 to S3 yearold very well ;
..w Orleans True American, to. ThtM penk4olumcn.. in fat or olcolouini UONZALRA, ,
,.,.. injury wu intended) I intelligence from Tl'u.- ion, inaugrc all that may he said 1 inform you that we have abot tl30 men dressed oft small l staturt'l black hair, and ,
t;; dowh u the paniuD to the contrary. and are expecting iiiotr troops hourly and I'nttyelllookin" I hat were found
... .. the f"l1.\\i"l earnestly request that you should spare no a pair of whiskers and mustachoia.. The
Purchaa This .U
: of the True American. TEMrt'u"CcE.-lt has been frequently pains., tn scud! IH as much aid) its poHvihlr beast which he rode La black-a saddle,
have ..id. w* Jo hasten to Rive you the and confidently as:n mu Our riuaiion requires that all of Texas bridle, martingale whip, and blanket were;
In our paper of from Texas. Enclo pity, taken ORssrogiiely\ are ai temperateas should now aid us.-It is the riiont important hi. horse eatnpage.!. ho papers were" found
I'speak of St. Joaephs receive the Red it regards the use of ardent *writs, Itll crisis that the people of Texas him from which any knowledge can
i what w*then a mass of late any other of the same nunitcr of inhabitants hate ever experienced & our welfarefor : he gained as to his name, residence or yonI
from Texas. in the world. Tunis meant, of courseto the future, does depend a great dealon I tion.
: an oft exploded error, extract from a" letter apply where spirits are at all.used.1'hts, the first btrokft, that is made. 'Iho Chronicle
water on the bar of this place dated at fact his been a (source of ailonUhineiu enemy U now just un the opposite side From the Avgvtta Oct. 10.
; asserted that there waa TEXAC, 10th Oct 1835 to many, when they hive considered the of the river, in number about 200 troops MR. SHULTZ'S NEW ENTkRPRIZE.We : .
+ It now last night!! by the great quantities of liquor ut all times in and U reinforcing rapidly -Spare no pains recently: gate a general statement of
again from the Urallso", by the colony heretofore, auJ the facility with in sending us aid, iinineuiateo. all events the great success, ao test that baa attendedMr.
vertiser says, "(We of the complete which it could bfl obtained by nil classes send us expresses and stale the situation Mtultz's magnificent protect for a 'direct
signed by individuals at Golme) (Ln- people and to others a cOl\rhu.he evidence of the tl'1lOl'Ulld' afljirs generally.Kcsptcttiilly. trade with Germany, Prussia. Den
acter, competent '0. killed a few of the Lan of the want of inclination on the put of the i JLc muck &c. Could we give the whole details
flower of the Mexican people to be beastly a fact the tevme of: JOHN II. MOOItn) Commandant.W. of that success, 'the ,public would be
stating tho rest prisoners :-sei- that anticipated by some who endeavor tijustify 11. IIAKTON.A no less artonUhvd, than its fr dehate
lag from 27 to 29 feet store, take possession of their foul aspersion$ by nllciing at. true copy. been delighted ( but the Impropriety( of doing
uitl access to the and a number of horsoi. tend ml circumstances on this tnd the other so, and thereby affording any conflict
labor in all weather .. had dcpurtol (from side of..tLe Atlantic. I \Vchotc been politely<< furnMud, says i ing Interest an opportunity of opposing/
U but at the risk of !, and there w c hope \\e would not pretend to .:\y.that there, the lit:11 -tin, with the follow ing intcllic ncc and embarrassing them, must be obvious
so, be defeated ; as ho is has been nod i ink nig ha Liberia ; nor would from Tfxus It is Matc-'i that llt'lIrrltlllllu., to ull. Ihe following correspondence,
.4 less that we are not by Americans, he we deity that somo few have cmjutwd! in it, ton w lilt Itt UK) men had captured Snn Antonio however, between Mr. fehultz, and His
last survey made of retreat. to a degree, that I is really exec>"ne; w c do & seized a convoy of lO.UOJ dollars, beloiiKina ExcclletmcyGov: : )McDuffie will show bow
Josephs by order of th Yours, &c. not by any means., wish! to appear more to ('o*. far < statement: and the valuable effort
, ; stores taken by our men moral thou weure: we arc milling to I lit exhibited NIELMEN: OF TEXAS TO AKMSI I TO of Mr.bhtiltraie entitlecTto confidence .
mad with great car, ); they had been landed in our just character: hut, in this respect AltMh't I of the public. The people ofScruth. ,Carolina
mn or !Lieutenant" for St. Antonio we do ,' [ea51"arison.Ter : : "AWArfrty, cud nolt' Iht Itotii'." and l Charleston for whom Mr. ,8. hatal.adY -
sappose but by a man Mexican: army. There I mepr't'n'S,; t 'nnfc'8 been formwl Camp of the \oluntters ) Dchtcted to much: appear to enter
in the Navy. The & from Tanaho who arc \\1'B'ree''-: fea j1 > and Seys, See TiiJuy ntfiht, II o'rlcekOet.2,1833.: \ warmly Into his views, and will no doubt
the scat of war : 00 toluii- h unl\acd ( \o\ rs Ve<, and 'p\ave argued the Fellow <<.;llulI.- haveprcvuilcd un be disposed. tonfford him, throtighthe aid
error into which .41'.r e o fellow citizen V H. \harion Mature or otherwise all thtyiasonable.
days since. pltO, .vMni{ like a nunaoQi thin UN or your m. <'lIq.<
r ainf that the-ewaa_ "' ; I._.._,. -? }I|; ort .*"; ??,_ .: "e.1 tPr. U I W s hme!{ .:nttd cummuniruis+ tojpu the.foIo. ncJ>y.yjJf'ret.rtioveriior! 'TJtJR.nmG-d t atert ...
the Uis -V ytSS\ 30 iRia ,
remarkably "Yourste' bout one moitth. rm great taU inflnenei lowing i express i and also to <\Jihome; Grt\l'GIl\reVI fI. ..,."
sand on either 'J. CADLL. have the societies x'rtf.d upon the cum iiy ns cnn by Ik'l'"iI'llltyc'au\ ir\!!'y.r p,rd 'vy1! "*""***---.i
for, going I into, or munity at large, Jliat a sight of the, t liquid to repair tionzulfsiiiiiiirdialdy, "n'it: -.f' //,:'i .AI: the State otflotrtthC.ro
with a leading breeze, ( THE' LIBERIA death has become rare. and equipped for war eten to ihe knile', '' Wpfcttd tVi'r-I deem it my duty to re.,
Houses hi w hu'h it was: once offered as a On the receipt of this. initlligence the Volunteers port to your Excellency, the progress of
Une and not pe { A visit to Millsbiirg/ a few token of poeiability and good feeling, art immediately resolved to 'lllrdilo my efforts, in effecting a direct commerce
twen two t'.... of th* us an opportunity of wit. now dentiiiue of the moral and physicia Gonzales to aid their'ou"Ir'mell. Weave heiwrtm Hamburg in ,South Carolina, by
passedoverit This of agriculture this bane( Mdcboards whose chief decoration jTjsl now starling, which must appologise the! way of l.11arlel1ont with Hamburg, In 7.iF
to apply tbtdiRint1 hold la stating, that was the fluid of death, now present us with for thebrcvity of ibisronimnnication.e, Cermnny j which the enclosure. bear
thU year with more an abundance of healthful liquid from na refer you to Mr. Wharton for nn exphna testimony. 1 cannot forbear pressing ray
taken, by our scale, than is within ture's distillery ; and men, that were foundin lion or oar wlebee, opinions mid intentions, joy in it. success, so fart and all I can ny.
tweet negative and of the earliest settlers. the ranks or those that argued in its favor and also CorMirb political information .1 i.) give me a bank, and I will give you av
manner as to fortify and encouraging, as. this are now deserting cause & ranging has come into our hands. IfTexos wll direct trade with Germany. "
err the water. The man of reflection and under the banner temperance. now net promptly, she willroon bo redee With.great eeleeD.z.am your.t.:
ground on which to build To Liberia's honor be it trumpeted that mod from that worse than Egyptian bondage JI RY'6I1ULn.EDOEFJELD >
ject .is, that land I I. to or even of for ten gallons sold in the colony four which now cramps her resources &

.the surface of the (' months back, there Is not now retards her prosperity Til., 01h Oct, 1839.
Is, lhatferUin while we are There are a few that advocate the cause of David Random tVm. J. Drtsntl. I MB. If CHIT 8Ht&.Ta
character, \.' Africans and for alcohol, but they cannot support their opposition J. W. Fannln, Jr. F. T. Wells, Dear Sir-In common with every pat-
competent to of indispensable necesi- long. Public opinion is issuing here Geo. Sutherland, D. T. Archer, clothe citizen of this State I hid teeD -wiA t
nth," have not ( contradictory and In- Imperious edicts and every opponer will W, D. C. Hall W. II. Jack bigh gratification, indications of the promised '
.twenty seven to'twenty rational man can for a soon be awed into silence Wm. T. Austin, .'. D. Mcprei. auccess'of your pubJIc-spirlUJd com;
discus: a question. it ; and even to talk of P. H. An action took place )yesterday mercral enterprue., before 1 received your: k ,
of vanity and Imbecil- Native war tt irindieard.-Hostilities Gonzales; iu which the Mexican commander letter.wlth It. enclosures. I coat: ratulite',
1 admeasurement,A. of the regions of lunacy still between the interior trite and several soldiers slain Ions the M
.. are kept up *, were -no you on and! cannot
a bad, may sterile(" ( ; e and support of inde and those inhabiting! the son coast, between on the American aide. doubt that the enlightened patriotism Of the

said upon the subject, resources. History this. place and cape Mount. However they -_ Legislature will dispose that brtfy to give L
these fail there Is-a
chew that at '.east pe may disagree oil some points, they stern SPAIN. every Banking facility, rcnslstent: with its
Of Liberia, it may to agree on one; that they will not risk The cit il war In the Basque provinces is general views of policy, thai nay conduce
believing the truth : ahe has her destinies, the issue on any thing like a general en altogether surfTuskc'd; in interest, &; throW to your complete success. ,_,
In the Gazette lit di 'poxal. Abundant and I gagement. Many nmthes concur to determine into the shade by the rapid progress of liberal 1 am; you obel'l. _"'to
of water on the bar, the materhls with which their couducl in this particular'; opinions, or in other words" revolu- OKOROK; fCDU' ,
and independent nation found tion. Juntas hove been formed in
cannot long be their unconquerable aversion to being Aragon ,,'
( the assertion that few In front of njouded mu-ket, I is one of the Valencia, Catalonia, Andaluria and Granada Th. detachment tinder'command ef Coil
important a fret is offer greater facilities mot powerful. They hate no Idea of dy by which Ihe iiicrn's authority i. re- Dodge.ins ,returned. the rflmflltaJbead 3

.mean time all that has and independent with excellent living. ing by a ball; when any means or' expedients jetted, and the constitution of 1812 openly quarter Fort Leaven worth, ta food health. 1 1j
to tb.J'ftjlldieoofPe l >> lim can be deemed to prevent it. In this pr l.imf'd. Cadiz and Carlhageiia: have The cpmpaniea under command Major-
rpOlle' of house and ship we confess coimdcrable with made movements against the monks similar
sympathy Msson reached their .
|11 what it .is worth, quarter near )ort
filled with excellent
; are 'them. Thee feelings\ bring common to to those at Barcelona. .:Itrtunadura'a. Gibson, onthe 0th ull. after' 'n absence
what threatening ,and medicinal herbs both parties, they remain in their teepee Imkewlse rltcn.: The funds of the government of four.months. The officers and men
have to say that it with game, and the Live territories'', inter-lit.ling all humour-; ,I are exhausted, and the Insurgent provinces good health | the, horse were thin, but in
visit thorns of the and content themselvesby indulging tieu-, withhold the supplits. Deputies ol not more .o.than might be expected. after
the wbol population. all the most valu thenish. science, and falling upon such unprotected the Cortes artn'ry whereat the, head ojtbeee tbir 5ipo,utff4n the pralntl to the IUD and
the tropics, such as cot ludividuals, as. may imprudent:! ) movement. flies.-Ari .ft<* A'ar/C-Afcti.
ser would revert* th* cane, and iruiia in cud- stray too fur from their folds 'j h* effects' Don Carlo was at Aroulx on the 20ih ol tract of a letter from Afajor'B. B.Ma-
j Gomorrah wr jodfed. ; of this sat age taciturnity on the part of the "gult-loner.1 Cordova on the same day eon oOraeooiu, to a gentleman in 1
1 city fer the sal* .f nature baa scattered. with i Cynical chiefs,. hate severely betn fell by, at Lodosa. A letter states that a Irmiib Htuhinfttm,dated Sib September, 1".
over the whole face of the 1 it aU the inland bad taken place near Hrmani between Ibo a
eoIony By by
seedy. to e |*nui the I < egress, We lire on buffalo IIIlat prlndpell';;
offtDfev intending jo leave little : tribe bate been efTectaally prevented, & Darlists under( General Gomez, and tb.Fnrlie" killed some few ,. I did also bear d i
bM gUn of industry, than to ren the heart, as it were locked tip In the into auxiliaries commanded by and turkey j but caught no wild hprae1;
W are not tto.. and available by 'IIrln, rlilV.. are'happy to state that it is at all Jsnreguy, Alava. Evans and Chiebes. 141'he sports of the chase I enjoyed
hall the IDtnt .* reach. For those legth findjng its way down the Measurado' ten in which the latter bad the worst of it. nay know and assure you often wished you
have turned tbelr -
atten >ya route hitherto unlravelled. Another The provinces of Valencia, Cataloniaand for JOG' to witness the InuBenM
RAii.RoiD-H- we wl.h.1I the success most convincing proof that the most effcc- Aragon. bad entered 'Into a spreto of I number of buffalo that were often hi full
.f Rail and praiseworthy ef val method to of honorable! alliance and were determined kI aimed
Cincinnati ; beget spirit by I MW of the camp, within e. few hundred ,
having tot Jwo days In the native. each otter to the last They Insist od having .
.f the wee,with ndiMtryand perseverance yarda to almost a* far ae the could
on the verdant fields and I is Jo excite taste for the comforts of civil a charter like that and on reach. eye. ,
U to Cincinnati the Millsburg, we set our fare j ized life. "Hut for this desire, they would hat condition only will uphold the rights I saw one of the Oaage huBtm'ride ,

tb* Atlsntie coast rowing cloud ace- have remained at home, gnawing ca Mda, I of queen Isabella. up at full speed alongside of e Urge luSa- ;
bees warmly ambrac. course down the river year after year, Until their sulky headmen I btfuldet'slUarefurnlah I\o\ cow, encf kill her with a. ting!; armT '1
accents Its thunder
should cnn-eot to crake pcnrey and it is no Thefollowingfri It was shot '
MUM will b* entirely through her i if went
Such L ', shelter. Its lardy ap- uncommon occurrence for them to indulgefor ed by a correspondent of the Warren OWe lath. rlfhr and pasted out oa thesad .left t\A\ .:, :I
into sffoct. inspired us with ,eonfi years ia this a(< capital now eater into : reach home ere it agitated "1141 of the w I concluded Monday night the 28th ult.! a roan laitspasesge.
provsm.st.thai it Under this conviction that articles of offence ,would be in great !lodged at New Castle, la Pennsylvania ata J raw another of the Ougea kill a large 'I It
!sad urged our way public house Tn the room with a Mr. Hot t
wirOc t demand. Out it was erroneous j they wau *
w..... vast *
settlekenfor we had stein resident of that Slat* end well known
led principally tobatco..Iotb, and beads. her "p 10 wit.tiJo a few I.bee ( i
KOraUtod with rail foilow when a vivid A demand usual ,in such an exigence. In New Castle and In Western Pennsylvania tbde) 01 the. IeatlterN and f II'.heaatiu lxeor* :, !
limits 01 .* ;: ro.clap 01 t most ler :WW some wise OUt Inform us what it '&o-' as a centlemaa of good character. The boW 0f bt U oat, astl .aoi.. Ie

this state .TtUngs I PI closed, a.eeftle 1 Coral next rnvrnirif (Tuesday) they left New .*..age//*;'pulled'M ....ediaa.lr fLIL Th.. f
asila together the toute lo New. 1J 4.
*. raja on of course was at full speed ,Tktae Mats I
thpolUl-.Jotial. us, we were near "ICn.ThL-1& gives M great pleasure ford. liavlfif reached Withto about two witnessed with my'owVey *? .i- J i
the eomewicUl / we disembarked aM, i SUU the bright prospect .opening apoourMmalastiobsepl miles of that town, the companJoo of Mr. -.......... 1.1 _
.zt a.i.e rt...,.- w.witoegued a cereI ; 1e'1IOILo"Ilae loJjieiu rode close up te him/ presented a MABRIED ItStl &d .< ( 1
.L.r.u& law I all conoeptloo, Dean : "'raedUM'Jr'"" pistol to hie breast, and demanded his meat he M rn.... by the l R 1v'dj- MJattlarf.--l
ISIS n with IM lime to ra,4 haveli ra d their attention 1 or be would pot him to death CHARLES D. DHJiK"' A ,
a M ..s..ie..e4 .aiL + o'clock, P. M) and the.1 pendent sWhoMaletMirertau-raird tsdetebe the same tune declaring that he was enoteff'rvbber IT J... Orm., off ClaeLs1-t2t 4 ..Jt
'\ msre.lt>< ofa MUIZ1 "carried a 't(1'N.OC KM stead 01 w \\II obtained, In t !lr. II. Mot from hl.pock. MARTIJA 'ELLk. ."'4Y' .

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I Stephen J. TtoehJf: ,'""AdmlnU-1' '*- weekly paperentitled' the "Tallahacse: ; and approbation+ : of the public ,"orate Dlstrlcrof', west riorldn..

t' NStCOIIA X1f'Fl'C.OL'TOOElt trator of Jonathan Bunker, I l lieu/ /TorBryson Gazette and General Advertiser," |t. columns -I and beautiful specimens of Aft, Engravings *Superior Court Ktcambia

,, 31, 183i. 7 ". VI.- I' i.la, 'ra.h-I will be denied to Politics, Internal'\ ) Music, elr.-Notices of the acted Drama County, at My Rules, 1833.
Irvjn. J itirtnn fin- Improvement and general intelligence, and oilier amusements Translations-from John P. C.. McMabonAdm.o Daniel E
The GAZETTE will he issued every bat the bent works In oilier languages' Burch deceased, Complt. vs. Noah
t fJ 'ft.b"rt-/.v A TTAC11MKWT. comprising the new. of the day, both fd- new ,
i, .>1 urdsy Evening, at S3 SO per annum, In ad, i It hereby glrjn to the defehd-. I reign and domestic w iihef civil or political French, German, Italian, Spanish etc.- Allen, Margarita de La Rua, Executrixof : t
ranee, 84 payable at the end of six months, NOTICE miacelianeoulrendin John de La Rua deceased
., Institution of this suit by In accordance to ( ultOn1t"e bhall proceed and an infinitive variety of Joseph
;) t' at #5 payable at the expiration of thd year attachment returnable to the November in ael y beef manner, to lay befort r.lating to pawing events,remark Donifay and Jeremiah R. II. Smith, Dtu.

It, j, orthe option of the subscriber. Term ofthe Ww-hiugton Superior Cotut. the public an anualysis of the plan on able individuals, discoveries and improvements IN CHANCERY.
f J' AovEirrmtwiimi inserted at the'reteoone ( The defendant and all persons interested, which the Gazette will be conducted. in ,Science, Art, Mechanic, etc THIS day came tbe complainant by his
dollar for every fourteen lines (or lens,) are required, to appear and plead to the They will endeavour steadily to keep In : ,.end it appearing to the satisfaction
t '1" for the first, and fifty cents for every con Declaration filed In said case, according to view the landmarks IIf the Constitution of etc.In announcing the appearance of intliMftnlh of the Court by affidavit filed, that
i linuous mibHcquent' Insertion. the stuluto in such cases made and prwi- the time United State*, hy which they hopeto VolMne of NEW-YORK Noah II. Allen one uf the Defendants docs

t ded. I steer their course aright. As moderation MIRROR, almost bc only duty whit not reside in the Territory of Florida 1;
: :r KAG'LK & ANCHOR ALLEN II. BUSH, I and linnnpNs will be our motto, we devolves upon Its.editors, is to tender their but in the State of Louisiana, it is therefore
It "I Alty. for I'if. shall be slow to brand with political heresy, most cordial acknowledgement* to theirol ordered that the paid Allen appear,
I( I IHOTEL. August 12th 1833.-:24.-131. those politicians wlio'uiny honestly differIn friends for the continuance oftheir support, on or before the first Monday of November
; opinion from us.- and to proffer to the' numerous subscriber next and answer the bill of complaint

I!' I HE Subscriber respectfully 'informs $ tOo Ue1vard. It io our design fairly to 'report the parsing whose names have been added to their l list l filed herein, or the some will" be taken for

: J. his friend and the public in general ESCAPED from the cusledjt of tho Mar Political news' of the dart the political during th tst year, their: thanks for this confessed as against I l.im and the matters &
I i that h.has opened the above establishment, the ]flight of the 29ih\ day or views that we may have occasion to advocate mark oftheir confidence and, approbation. things therein rontainrd decreed according: f
h which has been enlarged, and thorongly March last William Jlambletoii who ws H tlLbe dune dispassionately, 100 far To the former they can only reiterate the l y. And it is further ordered that a copy of
I' O'repalred, and supplied with new bedding convicted of negro ptealing and fined by the as we ale concerned, and we, hope our assurance so often conveyed, that as the the foregoing order be published in the
and furniture of every description. The Jury the sum of seven Hundred Dollars, & frelnds wHo may favour us with communications Mirror has ,now succeeded in preserving Pensacola gazette, cilce a week, for four

well known situation of this house, its immediate eo.tsofprueeution.'l'hesaid W illi m I lam. will obverse the same rule, oilier thf It good will through the arduous period months successively.A .
\ proximity to, the Day, renders it bleton is about twenty four years of aee, about wise their publication will not take! placer of its infancy and its youth, so in maturity Copy.Aitftt. '
equal In comfort any in the southern five Sect seven and a half Inches high, in the observance this course, we shall it will endeavor still to deserve the applause UEO.' F. BALTZELL, Clk.
!\' climate. fair complexion' and light hair aJittle incti act with Itri ,lnipartinlity. which its earlier effortsrwceved.Ththe July llth, 183518.4m i

1 14 Experienced &honest servants have beenprocured ned to slop w hen stand ing and it very round It will l be the aim of the publisher, to latter they would observe, that no ex District of :>\ ct! loriiht ""
: and asihA proprietor will devote shouldered' blue eyes and has a bold look.- render to their patrons, all the satisfaction pease shall be spared and no exertions re Superior Cwfth cawita,
::the whole of his time and attention to the The said Hanibleton escaped without hav- they are capable of, bearing in mind Jiow lazed to render it at least attractive and Term
# 1835.:
Cwvty Mtiy
establishment he flatters himself that those ing paid his fin*?. The above reward therefore ever the old adage, "they that would attempt popular s any of its contemporaries. Th Wm. H. Chase ttmplt., vs. Cora Ann, Slo-

who may call on him, will have nocause oreOlhplaln& will be given for the delivery of the said to please evrybody will please nobody experience past y ears w ill give confidenc J comb, Ida Ann, EJOCOD". Cuthbert Harrison
Willian ,
t Hamblelon In the townofMarrianna to those who lave watched our career
b. Slocomb and Caroline
n. ARMSTRONG. Jackson County district of West Florida. Although it i III our design, to pursue a while the volume that Mill soon close comb heirs at, law Samuel Augusta B. blo-
to James W. Exum orTHOMAS_ course untramcllfd, by the shakles of any w ill bean earnest of that which is to come, : Slocomb.
Western District Florida.Superior M. WHITE. in this avowal friends that the 'deceased, DefU. IN CHANCERY.
political party- making to our more recent to reputation
!, CuurtforJaekton Deputy Marshal District U. J': we would not ne understood a* being indifferent already secured to our publication TillS day came the Complainant hy his Ii
Y ;. County. April llth 1833.-6.-8t. to the importance, of correct princi may IP mail tamed and hanced. of and it appearing: to the satisfaction t
the Court ,affidavit filed that
I. ,Martin Ilardin that ,
'Jo both leute to ,
we beg
the defendants in this reside
;I'j T'James EAST pies.They cause beyond
W. Exum and Benjamin Clements wish 1H1"'hf'r distinctly to have i It the jurisdiction of this Court and in the
IN CHANCERY.fti Notice"fa hereby given, that a meeting known, that they will neither, lead the van, MEN'IK of the MIRROR, the best native tal- state Louisiana. 1 berefore it is ordered

'motion and U appearing to the satisJ of the Stockholdei of the East: Florida or follow iu the train of designing pcrtiti ent has been engaged ; that many painter !ly the Court that the sold Defendants de

\ faction of the Court\ that Benjamin Railroad Company, will be holden at the cal intriguers, w ho are men of principle have received commissions from us ror-the uppcur lucre on or ttfore the first day of
execution of of national history
Clement one of the defendant aforesaid office of S.: EWIS, Nul Commercial : in proportion to their interest." subjects the next term and answer the Dill of the
....id..1n, the State of Tennesee, wharf; In the C ty of Boston, on the bet eralcolllmuM f the Gazette,will be appropriated and national fcccncry and that engravers of ('Pinphtmant or tile seine will be taken for
ik the first merit have been secured toretdc
15th of October next: 1835, for the to Ensayn of, Moral mid Mi seellaneou
II therefore ordered that unless he do appear purpose ; ) mlrleied! and lie matters and tilings Leieb
organizing asI chum churaclcr under the head of Reading these works fitting illustrations of our num-
Company by -
here ono[ beforeahe third. Monday oMarch i further ordered that a copy of this order
tang Directors, and ansacting sit h oth- j next, and answer the complainants I e published iu the Pensacola Gazette oncea
er business as may come before said The publishers ore fully aware of the difficulties the preceding works of art which have ornamented
bill the same will been confessed a week for four,months successively.A ,
and however loin
ing. of their undertaking but they our page,
and the thereof decreed
him matter Cdpy
accordingly and it is further ordered that bAWL S. LEWIS, 1 .ltet.1 I place great reliance on the public libcru and frequen tba ebeenthe applause which Attest, UEO. Fr BALTZELL. Clk i
JOHN HENSAW, iity. and believe that a diligent attention to has greeted their publication, we have no
copy rot this order be published in the May 16th, 1835.-10.-4m.t .
,DAVID HKN8IIAW 1 business slight I satisfaction in being enabled to stat
Pensaeola Gazette for' three month "" and a zealous ettorl to ttene the ,
successively. J. B. DANFORTH, I public, will secure to themselves u liberal (hat those in preparation tvrpasi any thing \ c&tcrii District of .Florida.!
J. A. CAMERON. STEPHEN: WHITE, J share of patronage.The ojthe kind ever lnotin in the I"ile'J It'athinelon Superior Court
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.... Judge D.. W. l\ Sept. fitli, 1833.-aa City of 'ulluhassce being located in .slate'.No literary periodical published "GtMarch Term 1835.
in this has attained such an Bill for Partition and Injunction.
the centre of Florida and surrounded |hi country ever
Oct. w 183:1.-30.-8m: : |\UKNG my absence, Mr. t:. C.: At'yer > '
; extended circulation as'thc Mirror which Philip Mdlae 1.1
JL/ is duly authorized All many natural' advantages' possesses in agiven complainant, homadl.
#""" 820. Reward persons indebted my to me are requested agent. to space around its centre larger population is of courtc the best proof of its congeniality Nthite Administatorof William J. Wat-
.. from the Sub male immediate than that of any other portion of to the national taste, and an uneqtivcca n.n and the heirs of Hunnah Shackleford.

41 RAN-AWAY near Burnt -payment.K., 1\(. FORBES.Autr. the Territory within the same limu>, has approval of itssybicm ar.d'tte principle It U ordered by the Court that notice be ,
Corn- Conecuh t.ountv.Ala.: 13th. 1835.-23. but one weakly, ncxupapcr.luaddiiiou of its management. gjtcn to David J. Sl.ackleford' Richard
t IgI in the night-of the 9th Irist..: to this theme are many valuable In the course of the volume *FOt"R bhiic'kleford, Edwin bhacklefoid, Leland ,

Negro Boy by the name of NOTICE. tracts of Lund, which we doubt not SPLENDID QUARTO STEEL: EMBEL Trip and. Simpson Samuels, heirs of Hannah I'

CASWELL, about 19 or 20 years of age, 1 T tho next April term of County Court will sumo be brought in cultivation should' LI lIlUN'fSeiiml, painted find en Shacklefoid, that unless they awerns
.rather middle size and somewhat yellowish oUMamllla County, I will present my the present prices of the gt eat staple of the rated, by the best and most eminent ur- the conplainants Bill filed herein, on or be- I
i complextion. Had on when'be left home vouchers and accounts, and apply for a final country be 'maln.ainedhleh must considerably lists in the country, will be published together fore the first day of our December Term,
a spotted gingham round coat, a spottedvest settlement of the estate of dUEGORIO,; angmejr-:'e'e. >opulation of the with numerous WOOD ENG'RAVINUb the- same will be taken pro confewo.

and a pair of blue canine pantaloon CARO deceased, and ulik tu be finally disrhargctl. coumry1&SrW:;>. illuslrathe 01 canoes a"d inter- A Copy. _*' 1
and a straw Hat,"but will probably change From the fniyJinftftftj **, y;i'"mve, citing scenes, incident and antimiiliet, Attest, WITHERS, Clk.
his cloths. The said boy can write a tolerable MARIA SI. CARO.Admiiii'tlratrif. we ha>'e the/3. Yard'to<< nom t7iiv.mg : with about FIFTY PIECES of French, June 13th 1835.: -14.-4m.IHsti .

Khnol-bny'haud, but.pell; and 'dictestis that vo.. * ,
""'" 4h.*, hwtusrobably ,,ttmw-r7'; I .. t ie &:oWAIe.. 8't'l" iror ohF underrating rrimT 'dioitLS'Yfauufirtc'i'Narp<< -: perm.marvel r.scaatrta' (
;, 'a free on the (Ira Guitar, &c. Jfr May Term 1835.
LZ "f AUniinlirtraHuiu suoport genetous public.conotTtllr
;{- ,I ,. :-d apprehend llavmc s The sametastewbichhas presided over Wm. Mitchell by his next friend Jesse C.
clued the
u undersigned on
l'' Vuernpt to getoo '.me th (\' FKANCISCO by EJ1DU, desea- The "Tallahanxee General Advcrtiwer" our MUSIC) LSELECTIO'sS: will superintend Allen Complt. vs.'Eliza Mitchell 'wiiowand

v' .ea1e1 bound to some o&hect'flO& all I persons are hereby noli lied that will be printed on a. super roal.tllu'et l at those hereafter to appear, and the Abraham Misted Admr. of Andrew
i.w a* possible. I therefore wish to give four necks' after date I will apply to the Four dollars pr annum payable in advance principles which guide in this department Mitchell deceased, Defls. IN CHANCE- i

notice tu all master of boat and other vessel hon. the Judge of the .County Court }:,.- or on delherj of the first no. four dollars will be:, as they have hitherto been, novel HY- K
If such application ,be made to arrest cambia County fur leave tu veil so 'much fifty cents after the expiration of six months; ty and excellence, the beauty of the poetry THIS day came complainant by his
aid boy and confine hint in jail so that ISO of thereat' estate of said Ejido as will be or five dollars nt the close of the and the melody of the accompaniment. awl it appearing to tbe satisfaction "
him.. N. B..Shonld he be confined a- sufficient. to puy the debts of said estateBAKNARUO .No fcusbcriptiou be recent ed torn less:,: of the Court that the defendant Eli
,,ny Jail I wish the Sheriff or,Jailor1 to write PARUAb.rldur. term than one year, and the paper will not) fhc character of our FOREIGN COR za Mitchell is not inhabitant of the Territory -
jne .Immediately to Burnt Cum and let pie he discontinued w ithout orik-is,-and all.artrnniges RL&rONDENCE:: w too weU knowttjo be of Florida but resides the State of

kuow of his confinement a*I may never see Alii" I3lh, ULUk-XL_-41., I- me' paid tip. dcHCn'rd! upon here ; it is sufficient to Mississippi. Therefore it is considered by
-- --"- ""_ 1 he first nllmlltr'\\ be- the Court that the said Defendant,
in Issued
:, it wheji published the paper 1'J\'otIee. duringthe state, that the choicest writers hu promised appear
-" enouinp summer or in the full.Communication's here on or before the first day of our next
early in
JOEL LEE.Aug. ., their co-operation the h6u.edepart
,, alE und r.lned obtained Let-
s having
I' November Term
and the
answer complainants
to the publisher -
15th. 1835. JL of IIdmlultttrktiuu'ou meats rand that notwithstanding thft enor
lern the
be ,bill of complaint filed hereinor
must pot paid. hue incurred shall
mOlls we we
jViunislou' Home Thonmit Wright, deceased, hereby note JOHN BALDWIN & Co.Tallahassee : expense tle panic! will be token for Le confessed
continue all avui'able! talent
: And Petucola bate ()IJf t, Ulakety (.4.) lies all persons to whom said estate,is' indebted AI'rl181h, 1835. I and if possible to appn increase priate the claim of the, & the matters and things therein corIlneddeerted ; :
to their
rflHISEsUblUhmentls now IO.fODdl- prevent aC'.uunlllllud claims accordingly. And it is further
I JL lion to accommodate Traveller *a a- stinted fur settlement, and all ptron indebted Hack l\tltwtfs oC-tlie *Uu-! Mirror On these to public support.commend forthcoming ordered that a copy of this order le pub-

: tfreably a* heretofore. The Stage Office to said estate will be expected 10 seunt.rrtHEpropietorof I volume grounds to the we notice and our lished jn the Pensaeola Gazette once a week
,or Ifrareller from Mobile to Pensaeola and make immediate payment. Littcll's Musecura of approbation for four months a successively.
: steward la now kept at this'Houae. ,/The lJ}:.NJN. WRIGHT. JL Foreign Literature .Sciencd Art our cotJolf'II1t'n. A'Cop y.dtterl l :
('u1lfIitian."hc. Mirror is .
accommodations will be extensive" the .1J", ,. published -
as has de ternitmd lu dispose of the QEO. F. BALTZELL. Clk.
remaining at the! Nassau and
comfort of Traveller require: Aug. SO, 1835.-25.-8t. Saturday center 16th 1833.: 10.= '
may L rats pI thervickohimes at a very reduced Ann-ylieetn. It is elegantly' printed in the May ; m. 4Superior .... -----
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N U 'IUE.S price ,
*, subscrip Impcr.tu'olq\llrlo form on fine paper Court at J'eiitacola.
BUkely 183o.44.tf.ft
-- Jlny. d.. hereby given that the Books fur recta v Hon. lie thus oftent to Library Companies with brevier, minion, and nonpareil type GeorgeKuight Com piainant' vs. The Heirs r.f
: i do ItE\VDIb-r---: : J, ,log subscriptions to the capital stock otheSouthern Reading Ki.omc, and' to gcntjemen It u embellished, once every three month at Law of Jose Antonio Miralla deceased
ESCAPED from the' Jail of Monroe Isle Insurance and 1'rustcom- forming collections of books, an opportunity w ith a tpletulid tuper-royalqvarlo tn>gra defendentB.., IN CHANCERY.TU1E .
Southern District of Florida, pan will l be opened\ at the office Thomas purchasing twenty large & extmucly ring, and.every week with popular pieceof defendant in the above entitled
A prisoner by the name of JAMES 8, SIM- Douglas Esq. in the city of St. Augustine, I u'uable.mlfl'elllYncoua'olul1It'nt' a pricefurbelow in,';/", arranged far the pianofol telI1lrd w ill take notice that bets ceo the "t
MONDS, who was commiued to my en. on the,second day of November next at 10 : their cost or value; an opportu- guitar; ic. For each vtiume a beautifully hours of six o'clock in the morning, and
tody on :three Indictment found .by the A. M.,and will be left open 'from time to uity which'' must necessarily be pt short du- engiared vignette title, page, (painted six o'clock in the afternoon, on the 6th, 6th,
'grand jury of said County on the several) lime by adjournment,until the whole of the ratlu,,, & which cannot occur again. The by Weir arid engraved by Purand,) and a and 7th days of October.next,at theCount-
charge of murder, piracy, and larceny yck shall Le subscribed not exceeding thirty following terms will not be deviated from copious Index are furnished. '1 ho terns lug House of Messr Msnatigin, Knight & '

and made his escape by means of false keys days. orders are received within the present are FOUR,DOLLARS per annum, payable, fnallcatet ('o. in the city of Havanna, in the Island of ,
on the night of the Hth inst He \ta.a native "1 LOT. CLARK, year 1835. beyond which period the proprietor inadtmice. It is for warded b> Cuba, shall proceed: to take the deposi- t
m of New Hartford, (Conn.) a mariner .. ** R. RAYMOND REID, viii not be bound by the present the earliest mail tn subscribers residing Han. 01 Joke Fiancifco Serrano, Jose hit-

j and has been for ."raIearaln command TIIOMASDODUI.AS.- Po11cCW1t3et&of| out of the city of New.York., t'nmniuni ,;uel Feniandez and James C. Burnham tow

t of trading and wrecking vessels' ,,.nd atone Commwot. < twenty complete volumes still callous, pott-laid, must be ftdlrrstd! U read in evidence at the trial of said cause
1. time commanded the scnr. Lydia of Philadelphia. be luppllec1 iu numbers for ti3U,0U caah; I hessEditor No subscriptions rcceied for. when and where they may attend and cro *

He U about thirty years of age .;. N otlet'. 2. lets-tif twenty.-'Oluptelc! volumes a lew period than one year. examinethe said witnesses if they think
a.e feet five or six inches high, has a Gowneast ALL persons indebted to the Estate of MIlY mur uounu-in-wue or red morocco proper." .

gulltylook dark .sallow complexion, COBB deceased are requested 0,00 tuh. + Notice.THE GEORGE, KNIGHT, by his
i but from close confinement for .several to m immediate payment and those having The purchaiicr who orders bound set undersigned Heir at Law of Pe Solr. T; M. BLOvl"r.M.yl

month had become some somewhat pale, claim against said estate are requested may..uYb hi* vr her name priaied iu goU << Palao, deceased, claims title to !:: 37. -_
hsjfa remarkable scar on hi* head A some to present theIr +accounts properly attested on, the bIIc'fitbou, anyl dditiuual 80Urpans of Land Lying and .being in Territory of
, seals about hla face He I Is well known In for settlement. charge. the 'IOritJa.fc
District, of West Florida: situated ''
on tbe &
j New-York*where his wlr,'. connexion rev !. BENJAMIN COBB, The Museum ronteaU.+ coiui.u'of thee Western side of the Lake of CssnIllsnea' r, '.. kit Coalll,.

side. Administrator .t_Iectluu.'rom the cntire.trange of commonly railed Bayou Chico bounded Exeel '* Robert Mitchel
v -...1 will give the above United reward States if he b secured : ...,July, 18, 1835-! _.-&. DriUfh' rlltit.lliteratDre ; Bevjew, E*. on said Bayou and fronting the bay of PensacoJit Peter dtc'd'Mltchel and tnisteeth0 tot late firm of
Jail la the
Jn any or ; Jfitr a/e. &c, and it mayhem' distant tterefrom' **! Com Fran-
tame reward with all reasonable ; < pbattealybeasserted; trboul one cain ehan &Mi* pit. sgt ,
tome at West expensesIsdet.ered 'A (Light Barouche; for one or two horse that pa periodical eierpuuliKhedretaiaa.it mile and a third. The said tract above cifco UalcoorV3"1110' of John Forbes
Key .1 arms 6 months credit. Interest, or that described has been granted to the decd Co>"* Juanna Dalcour. Catalina
TUOMA8STINt! U48. MABSJUU; WM. II. CHASE. the backtoiuincsbenr the same' relative said Pedro Palao by the Spanish Govern 8,tphla.alcou. John Theodora.. Dalcoor' .
Sept 19thy 1833.-28.-itlimikof value I' the Museum.'flee ment on the 29th of January 1816V/The un .A1IIUltio Joseph Dalcoer. andTrem
War Jufy U 1835: & volunars
T- flixecutmr.
Kef back
; -" i' sets of twenty maln. dersigned therefore claims possession- Laura DalcunrchQdreii & heirs
.!'euwtco 1a.
fag on lutnd are not numerous, and are: forbids all\ .ptIwd FraociKCoDakour
from ,
Sato person trey.."sing OIl said and Sophia his
tNOTICE ULereby given that)1r. WAROK rapidly-going oft Address wife
lands. : late
NOTICE ," v w *f Sophia Forbes dau John
is hereby given that on the se ia hler
appointed ADAM \\ A LDIE Forbes dee'd and Depestre
I Edmund
,of October next I wilI.poN't.o ..- teat of the Bank of Pensaeola and is fully P SEVERINO'PAI.> and
ddtIJ'ltI. July 23th 1835-.20.-4t.r Jusni..a, hi* wife Ute
poblUi ato aU the residue of the ef- aatborized to transact all the duties of that -' _u .. .Said Joanna Juauna Forbe the "
recta belonging to the Estate oC W.... H. office, daring the summer ia my absence.JAMES .. : ,IJroj\lte ..iil .. No1ICr Daleeur and said Rnnhla biers.- "
being the
f Comptcm deed. consisting one MIlO lei CATLIN.. Of a sew TolMt 9t thf -rrl '.rk Aftrro.v vusuANT to an .,erototort ,of John| Forbes dec only' Den.children and, !r
[low about 18 or 18 year old. one negro girl o OldlnI rip! Work* 'devoted article from i by the roaC will IT to the ,
satisfsction of the
ul 19 or 17 tof eiber witlj house bold I warm fc Cold Uuths JL the pen of weUjhiown and diatiitguUhed proceed to sell a highest for -I Court thtiatj the defendants reside in the .
alto tf &e. In order to mac a division and i writers, ujou every subject that csab the f dereTibe J.ot or piece Island .
the Barber of
next door Cuba
or.ud estate.RIC11D. AT Shop toibe ging to the estate One of the West Indie I* '
I can prove intefttllwc'to'the fl"Deraheadcrt: of Manaw U ,
Bank of Pensacola.UJA g therefore
w itb tba ordered that unless they ,
J. COMPTON. tae hall appear
including OriflAallwtry-"aJfoa and Essays hot
: tIe B undred now. her* or Man the '
# 'FU to purchase. a ,00liiU''L ,buraonm and palhelick Itieal notiresEarly and Sixty-tite, and the fourth Monday inFebraarynrxi ;
f9ept. fUlL 185.2&6ta.. ..1' Enquire at this ogee., and choice selections f rest ing ballof Jj, number two bundred that and an the
Sept. imh 1833.-8&-tf. eight In them north same will be taken for confessed* "I
BLANK Coastiltg and slave s- time heataewpubiwaimna! tatk A '"Wam.: &1e. to lob plat-0e-VI .nteoo the matter* thereof decreed &
PRU iPh CJ'UJ and EnglttfH'-Hciflnlirle and Lite Itt the CctUl't It U accordingly
I 'UUIa.oC. lad.lnl', fUuu..donr 011 )fond further ordered"that a or-
I Cofkiou noticr uf Frle lhe
Qf TUKOaxettt icente .rt'J ; tptNe. der be '
i .1. printed in
h 2itils of "J ome newspaper priatod
llanb"otherJdnd ,"fulIaltUlf# nt Central Ad99rtier. -' a by Cwrrepoadeniysadexflu r aSartct i l- In the DUirirt once" six r
: and MAfoARITA amwxh for moot**I
va- .
oJustlees VB
4t lvely for Udc_ .s III LA RUA;. J.
C of Blanks, undersigned t imblishli -re* ..p >* office THE Ciry g(T SsJias. ?llda Flu Art ikslixe pep, 111I183.1:12....... 4gtD.. W F.
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